Meaning of sifter in English:

sifter

Pronunciation /ˈsɪftə/

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noun

See sift

‘The powder is filtered through a coarse sifter and put away in canvas bags.’
  • ‘Sugar sifters were used to sprinkle granulated or powdered sugar liberally not only on fresh fruit but also on sweet pastries, and the cream ladle was used to add fresh or clotted cream.’
  • ‘We had flour on a tarp in the yard with sifters and measuring cups, bubble juice, face paints, and my son's favorite messy item: shaving cream.’
  • ‘The upper compartments of the mill contain, in the center, the main millstones and, to the right, a reciprocator working a flour sifter, each of them powered by a horizontal waterwheel.’
  • ‘Men would enter the spray chamber, lift a floor hatch and manually sweep accumulated powder through the opened floor hatch to a powder sifter below.’