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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

band +‎ -er.

NounEdit

bander (plural banders)

  1. (birdwatching) Someone who bands birds
    • 1993 November 26, Jerry Sullivan, “Field & Street”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      He got a banding permit in the early 30s and was an active bander for the rest of his life.
  2. A device for putting metal bands around crates.
    • 2000, Dana Stabenow, Midnight Come Again, →ISBN, page 75:
      The metal banding he was currently winding round a loaded pallet twisted and snapped like a splinter of wood. He took a deep breath, removed the mangled end from the bander, and started over.

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EtymologyEdit

From bande.

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VerbEdit

bander

  1. (transitive) to bandage
  2. (transitive) to flex, tighten the muscles, strain, tauten
  3. (intransitive, slang) To have a hard-on.
    Je bande pour toi.
    I’ve got a hard-on for you.

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