Definition of flusher in English:

flusher

noun

  • See flush

    • ‘They'll work the phones and canvass the neighborhoods, and on election day, they'll send flushers out to drag voters to the polls.’
    • ‘The animals still at the zoo were starving and filthy, the zookeepers gone, the zoo stripped of everything from cleaning supplies to toilet flushers.’
    • ‘If the building only contains manual toilet flushers instead of the self-flushers, then there should be an alarm above the toilet that sounds every time there is no flush.’
    • ‘Auto flushers have been installed to improve hygiene, although they require vigilance to make sure rundown batteries are replaced on time.’
    • ‘Innovations in touchless technology have made it possible to install an automatic flusher without ripping out existing fixtures.’

Pronunciation

flusher

/ˈfləSHər//ˈfləʃər/