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shred·der

 (shrĕd′ər)
n.
1. One that shreds.
2. A device used for shredding documents, often as a security measure to prevent unapproved persons from reading them.
3. Slang One who rides a board in a board sport, such as snowboarding, especially in a fast manner featuring many quick turns.
4. Slang One who plays fast solos on the electric guitar.

shred•der

(ˈʃrɛd ər)

n.
1. a person or thing that shreds.
2. a machine for shredding documents.
[1565–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.shredder - a device that shreds documents (usually in order to prevent the wrong people from reading them)shredder - a device that shreds documents (usually in order to prevent the wrong people from reading them)
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
Translations
آلة تَقْطيع الأوراق
skartovačkaskartovač
makuleringsmaskine
effilocheur
iratmegsemmisítõ
drvič
kâğıt doğrayıcısı

shredder

[ˈʃredəʳ] N (for documents, papers) → trituradora f; (for vegetables) → picadora f

shredder

[ˈʃrɛdər] n
(for documents, papers)déchiqueteuse f
(for vegetables)râpeur m

shredder

n
Schredder m, → Shredder m, → Zerkleinerungsmaschine f; (esp for wastepaper) → Papierwolf m, → Reißwolf m
(= grater)Reibe f; (in electric mixer) → Gemüseschneider m

shredder

[ˈʃrɛdəʳ] n (for documents, papers) → distruttore m di documenti

shred

(ʃred) noun
a long, narrow strip (especially very small) torn or cut off. The lion tore his coat to shreds; a tiny shred of material.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈshredded
to cut or tear into shreds. to shred paper.
shredder noun
a machine that shreds paper. a paper shredder.
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In February 2006 the Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a shredder safety alert along with usage tips to help raise awareness.
Shredder frames are rugged, and internal surfaces are protected by removable, wear-resistant steel liners.
The Destroyit 2501 paper shredder is the newest shredder from MBM Corporation of North Charleston, South Carolina.