Meaning of inoculator in English:

inoculator

Pronunciation /ɪˈnɒkjʊleɪtə/

noun

See inoculate

‘Mick had left a skilled job as a juvenile-salmon inoculator.’
  • ‘In that great day there won't be any doctors anymore, nothing but inoculators - and here and there a perishing undertaker.’
  • ‘Money allowed them to purchase the services of inoculators.’
  • ‘Growth was determined by plating suspensions of cells using a 32-point inoculator.’
  • ‘The physicians claimed it as a contagious fever, and therefore a medical case; but as the surgeon was the inoculator, he did not choose to relinquish the profits of the subsequent treatment.’