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EtymologyEdit

carbonise +‎ -er

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carboniser (plural carbonisers)

  1. Alternative form of carbonizer

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin carbō, carbōnis (whence charbon) + -iser.

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carboniser

  1. to char (to burn something to charcoal)
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    If your house burned down and you had nothing but the clothes on your back, what would you be worth to society and to yourself? How would you feel about losing all of the possessions you own? ― Winston Smith, "Why You Should Become a Minimalist"

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