Definition of cremator in English:

cremator

noun

  • See cremate

    • ‘But they have promised they will take ‘public taste’ into account before any decision is made to redirect the hot air from the cremators into the chapel.’
    • ‘The force created by the explosion can be so sudden that the energy cannot escape through the flue passages connected to the cremators and cause damage to the brickwork lining it.’
    • ‘Not many people know this, but most modern-day cremators are about 30 inches wide, and new furnaces are now being built around 10 inches wider.’
    • ‘The product of cremation is not ashes in the sense of a powder, but fragments of bone, whose size is determined by the temperature of the cremator or pyre.’