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cast·er

 (kăs′tər)
n.
1. One that casts: a caster of nets.
2. also cas·tor (kăs′tər) A small wheel on a swivel, attached under a piece of furniture or other heavy object to make it easier to move.
3. also castor
a. A small bottle, pot, or shaker for holding a condiment.
b. A stand for a set of condiment containers.

caster

(ˈkɑːstə)
n
1. a person or thing that casts
2. (Cookery) Also: castor a bottle with a perforated top for sprinkling sugar, etc, or a stand containing such bottles
3. (Furniture) Also: castor a small wheel mounted on a swivel so that the wheel tends to turn into its plane of rotation

cast•er

(ˈkæs tər, ˈkɑ stər)

n.
1. a person or thing that casts.
2. a small wheel on a swivel, set under a piece of furniture, a machine, etc., to facilitate moving it.
3. a bottle or cruet for holding a condiment.
4. a stand for such bottles.
5. a container for sugar, pepper, etc., having a perforated top.
6. the angle that a car's kingpin makes with the vertical.
Also, castor (for defs. 2–5).
[1300–50]

caster

- A container with holes in the top for sprinkling something like sugar or pepper.
See also related terms for holes.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.caster - a worker who casts molten metal into finished products
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
2.caster - a shaker with a perforated top for sprinkling powdered sugar
shaker - a container in which something can be shaken
3.caster - a pivoting roller attached to the bottom of furniture or trucks or portable machines to make them movable
roller - a small wheel without spokes (as on a roller skate)
Translations
سُكَّر ناعِم مَرْشوش
práškový
smáhjólstrásykur
pūdercukursskritulis
pudra şekeri

caster

[ˈkɑːstəʳ]
A. N = castor
B. CPD caster sugar N (Brit) → azúcar m extrafino, azúcar m lustre

caster

[ˈkɑːstər] = castorcaster sugar n (British)sucre m semoulecaste system nsystème m des castes

caster

castor [ˈkɑːstəʳ] n (wheel) → rotella

caster1

(ˈkaːstə) : caster sugar
fine sugar used in baking etc.
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