Meaning of exploder in English:



See explode

‘Scots are ‘exploders’, given to frequent flashes of temper, while the English and Welsh to are ‘imploders’, bottling their emotions up until there is a sudden rush of blood to the head.’
  • ‘He offered the definition of cyberstalking as harassment on the Internet using various modes of transmission such as electronic mail, chat rooms, newsgroups and mail exploders.’
  • ‘Through the use of Web pages, mail exploders, and newsgroups, the same individual can become a pamphleteer.’
  • ‘That night as Jordan slept, Pablo stole and destroyed the exploder, detonator and blasting caps from Jordan's pack, then disappeared.’
  • ‘At just after 3pm, the handle of the exploder was plunged.’