Definition of bailer in English:

bailer

noun

(also British baler)

See bail

‘He has been driving through the flooded River Derwent with passengers sitting on straw bailers in the trailer.’
  • ‘The freshly mown hay lies in the hot sun waiting for the bailer to make bales and be done.’
  • ‘My Dad would follow behind with the square hay bailer and he would bail the hay.’
  • ‘Now it would be done with a four wheel drive tractor and small baler.’
  • ‘But its popularity plummeted from 1942, when the mobile hay baler overtook the basic sweep.’

Pronunciation

bailer

/ˈbālər/ /ˈbeɪlər/