Definition of screeder in English:

screeder

noun

  • 1US. A writer of screeds. Also in weakened use. Now somewhat rare.

  • 2A person employed to spread a layer of concrete, asphalt, or similar substance into a level surface for a road, driveway, pavement, etc.

  • 3A straight edge or rule which is scraped over a layer of concrete, asphalt, or similar substance, in order to spread it into a level surface. Now chiefly: a machine incorporating a mechanized version of this, which typically compacts the substance being spread by vibrating or rolling.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Weekly Register-Call (Central City, Colorado). Partly from screed + -er.

Pronunciation

screeder

/ˈskriːdə/