Definition of vibrator in English:

vibrator

noun

  • 1A device that vibrates or causes vibration, in particular.

    • ‘The contractor also used a specially fabricated, boom-mounted vibrator on a skidsteer during hand pours to reduce foot traffic on the concrete and to reduce the time required to place and finish it.’
    • ‘She also worked on a thermo vacuum, to simulate zero gravity, and did vibrator testing to simulate lift off of the rockets.’
    • ‘An engine and eccentric-shaft vibrator are mounted on the handle and transfer energy through the strike boards to the concrete.’
    • ‘That's exactly what it is, but the pistol grip holds a battery powered vibrator that makes the primers get right-side-up and then by just a twist of the wrist you aim them into the attached tube.’
    • ‘Forty feet is the maximum length for a 115-volt electric vibrator.’
    • ‘Even though vibrators are powerful air removers, they can remove air from concrete only within a foot or less of the point of vibrator insertion.’
    • ‘The Solo 141 backpack vibrator features a two-stroke 2.6-hp engine, and fits head sizes up to 2 inches.’
    • ‘This controls all the on-board peripherals such as LCD driver, IR transceiver, button reader, audio transducer and vibrator.’
    1. 1.1 A device used for massage or sexual stimulation.
    2. 1.2Music A reed in a reed organ.

Pronunciation

vibrator

/ˈvīˌbrādər/