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dispenser

noun [C]
 
 
/dɪˈspensər/
a machine or container that you can get something from by pulling a handle or pressing a button: liquid soap dispensers automated/automatic dispensers a drinks/coffee/tape dispenser
→  cash dispenser
a person whose job is to prepare medicines and give or sell them to people: Pharmacists have long been frustrated with being perceived as mere pill dispensers.
a person or thing that provides something: The committee is an amalgam of regulatory body, lobby group, and dispenser of information.
Translations of “dispenser”
in Korean 기계…
in Arabic قالِب…
in Portuguese medidor, dispenser…
in Catalan dosificador…
in Japanese (液体せっけん等の)ディスペンサー…
in Italian (apparecchio) distributore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分發裝置,分配器…
in Russian (торговый) автомат…
in Turkish (para, kahve, yiyecek) veren makina…
in Chinese (Simplified) 分发装置,分配器…
in Polish dozownik, automat…
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