sandblaster


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sand·blast

 (sănd′blăst′)
n.
1.
a. A blast of air or steam carrying sand at high velocity to etch glass or to clean stone or metal surfaces.
b. A machine used to apply such a blast.
2. A strong wind carrying sand along.
tr.v. sand·blast·ed, sand·blast·ing, sand·blasts
To apply a sandblast to (a building, for example).

sand′blast′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sandblaster - a tool that throws out a blast of steam laden with sand; used to clean or grind hard surfaces
hand tool - a tool used with workers' hands
Translations

sandblaster

[ˈsændˌblɑːstəʳ] n (machine) → sabbiatrice f
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