applicator /ˈaplɪkeɪtə/


I. noun

a device used for inserting something or for applying a substance to a surface.

an eyeshadow applicator.
fertilizer and herbicide applicators.
– origin mid 17th cent.: from Latin applicat- ‘fastened to’ (from the verb applicare) + -or1.

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