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com·pac·tor

or com·pact·er  (kəm-păk′tər, kŏm′păk′-)
n.
An appliance that compresses trash for ease of disposal.

compactor

(kəmˈpæktə)
n
a machine that compacts something, esp rubbish

com•pac•tor

(kəmˈpæk tər, ˈkɒm pæk-)

n.
an appliance that crushes and compresses trash into small convenient bundles.
[1945–50]
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