scrubber

[ UK /skɹˈʌbɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈskɹəbɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a purifier that removes impurities from a gas
  2. a brush with short stiff bristles for heavy cleaning
  3. a worker who uses a scrub brush to clean a surface (usually a floor or deck)
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How To Use scrubber In A Sentence

  • She looked around, and saw a bottle of hotel shampoo, and a brush scrubber.
  • Pouring the entire, minute bottle of shampoo onto the floor of the shower, Mya took the scrubber, and scrubbed at the floor.
  • The report also found that smokestack scrubbers and other equipment, which accounted for upwards of one-third of total plant expenses to operate, were idled to save costs.
  • She hit the enter key and the algorithm checking his control of environmental air scrubbers began.
  • Tap the album to display the shuffle, repeat, and scrubber controls.
  • Afterwards, it was matted down with an industrial scrubber and made to look like marble.
  • To be honest, even an 18 year old would struggle to pull that look off without looking like a cheap scrubber.
  • Records show, and company officials concede, that Hatfield's Ferry is already dumping scrubber wastewater into the Monongahela that violates the state's few proposed pollution rules.
  • The chimneys at these fertiliser plants are fitted with scrubbers to trap these toxins, and all of this noxious material is collected in a solution known as scrubbers liquor.
  • If the air is dirty, there must be a missing scrubber on a smokestack or a drainpipe that needs a filter.
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