Definition of evaporator in English:

evaporator

noun

See evaporate

  • ‘However, the movement of the four evaporators represents the most difficult logistical exercise.’
  • ‘Today the whole process of collecting sap and producing syrup has been mechanized, plastic tubing taking the place of galvanized pails and the wood stoves replaced by electric boilers and automatic evaporators.’
  • ‘On entering the evaporators, the solution contains approximately 14% sugar.’
  • ‘This crane will be used to lift the evaporators into place in Mallow.’
  • ‘I'm also after one of those things that looks like an aromatherapy evaporator with a candle in it that you stick your teapot on to maintain a decent temperature, but I haven't really started looking and I'm sure it won't be too hard to find.’

Pronunciation

evaporator

/ɪˈvapəreɪtə/