Definition of splicer in US English:

splicer

noun

  • See splice

    • ‘With two buttons you can accomplish more than an afternoon with a pile of reel-to-reel tape, scissors and splicer.’
    • ‘The gene splicers rearranging the genetic codes of untold species are operating blindly, he says.’
    • ‘Having no splicer, Markopoulos edited the film with a magnifying glass, cellophane tape an a razor blade.’
    • ‘For years he was a high-voltage cable splicer, a job he loved because it meant working outdoors with plenty of freedom and overtime pay.’
    • ‘Three cable splicers and two members of the line crew had accepted the offer.’

Pronunciation

splicer

/ˈsplīsər//ˈsplaɪsər/