Definition of hydrator in English:

hydrator

noun

  • See hydrate

    • ‘Bananas not only make great skin hydrators, they also can improve the health and natural elasticity of your hair.’
    • ‘After bathing, slather on an oil-based hydrator (while skin is still damp) to help lock in moisture.’
    • ‘A no-nonsense hydrator that carries nothing but water - and maybe a jacket stuffed in the external bungee cord.’
    • ‘Always overloading, he had brought a case of extra ammo for every gun and bow, rations to last three days, the hydrator, a backup tent, and his signaling equipment for Keahi.’
    • ‘To help your eyelashes stay strong, apply mascaras that condition and strengthen the lash hair with special hydrators like panthenol and keratin.’

Pronunciation

hydrator

/ˈhʌɪdreɪtə/