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aerator (s) (noun), aerators (pl)
1. A device used to mix or combine air with a substance or medium: An aerator is used to expose soil or even sewage to air.

An aerator is used to charge mineral water with gas to produce soda water.
2. Specifically, a device installed in a faucet or shower head to add air to the water flow: An aerator serves the purpose of maintaining an effective spray while reducing overall water consumption.

This entry is located in the following units: aero-, aer-, aeri- (page 1) -or; -our (primarily British) (page 1)