Definition of garburator in US English:

garburator

(also garbarator, garberator)

noun

Canadian
  • A type of waste-disposal unit installed beneath a sink, designed to shred or grind waste into small pieces which can pass through household plumbing. [The form Garberator is a trademark in Canada.]

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in The Toronto Star. From garb- + -erator; in the form garburator perhaps after carburettor.

Pronunciation

garburator

/ˈɡɑːb(j)əreɪtə/