stepper

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EtymologyEdit

step +‎ -er

NounEdit

stepper (plural steppers)

  1. A person or animal that steps, especially energetically or high.
    • 1872, Fanny Fern, Caper-sauce: A Volume of Chit-chat about Men, Women, and Things:
      I marvel that these steppers upon flowers childishly make no provision for the pitfalls concealed beneath them.
  2. A dancer. (Can we add an example for this sense?)
    • 2020, Moneybagg Yo, Match My Fly
      You remind me of my stepper, 'cause I know you gon' slide
  3. A kind of electric motor (a stepper motor) that advances in steps rather than smoothly.
  4. A device used in the manufacture of microcircuits to apply a photolithographic image repeatedly, at regular intervals (by imaging, moving a step and repeating).
  5. A step machine.
  6. Anything that moves or advances in steps.
    • 2013, Matthew David, HTML5: Designing Rich Internet Applications (page 58)
      The Age field is a numeric stepper tool that allows you to scroll through a specific range of numbers.

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DanishEdit

NounEdit

stepper c

  1. indefinite plural of steppe

Norwegian BokmålEdit

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stepper m

  1. indefinite plural of steppe

Norwegian NynorskEdit

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stepper f

  1. indefinite plural of steppe