Definition of dissector in English:

dissector

Pronunciation /dɪˈsɛktə//dʌɪˈsɛktə/

noun

  • See dissect

    • ‘No lesser homage must be paid to them by dissectors.’
    • ‘It was not known in Edinburgh or London, when I demonstrated it, and it is now detected in one of thirty subjects, when dissectors are attentive.’
    • ‘Here John proved to be a brilliant dissector and investigator.’
    • ‘The Periosteal dissectors and scissors are 12 cm long and they may be straight or curved.’
    • ‘A submuscular pocket is created using specially designed dissectors.’

Pronunciation

dissector

/dɪˈsɛktə//dʌɪˈsɛktə/