blender

See also: Blender

EnglishEdit

 
An electric blender

EtymologyEdit

From blend +‎ -er.

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NounEdit

blender (plural blenders)

  1. A machine outfitted with sharp blades, for mashing, crushing, or liquefying food ingredients.
    Synonyms: liquidiser, liquidizer, vitamiser (Australia), vitamizer (Australia)
    Hyponym: immersion blender
    Coordinate terms: food processor, mixer
  2. (theater) A piece of fabric sewn into the front of a theatrical wig to make it blend in with the performer's natural hair.
    • 2013, Martha Ruskai, ‎Allison Lowery, Wig Making and Styling: A Complete Guide for Theatre & Film (page 80)
      A blender is added to a wig in the same way that a quick front is added. It can be added at the same time as the fronting lace is added or after the wig is completed.

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CebuanoEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English blender.

PronunciationEdit

  • Hyphenation: blen‧der

NounEdit

blender

  1. a blender

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For quotations of use of this term, see Citations:blender.


DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English blender (1958).

NounEdit

blender c (singular definite blenderen, plural indefinite blendere)

  1. blender, machine for mashing

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the verb blende; compare with German Blende. In sense 3 possibly from English blender, as in Danish.

NounEdit

blender m (definite singular blenderen, indefinite plural blendere, definite plural blenderne)

  1. a diaphragm (in a camera lens)
  2. aperture (the variable opening of the diaphragm)
  3. a blender (kitchen appliance)

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NounEdit

blender m (plural blenderes)

  1. blender