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Eraser vs. Rubber

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  • Eraser (noun)

    One who erases.

  • Eraser (noun)

    A thing used to written or drawn by a pen or a pencil.

    "I have worn out the eraser on this pencil."

  • Eraser (noun)

    A thing used to erase something written by chalk on a chalkboard, by marker on a whiteboard, or by some other erasable implement; a chalkboard eraser, whiteboard eraser, etc.

  • Eraser (noun)

    An overwriter program used to prevent data recovery.

  • Rubber (noun)

    Pliable material derived from the sap of the rubber tree; a hydrocarbon polymer of isoprene.

  • Rubber (noun)

    Synthetic materials with the same properties as natural rubber.

  • Rubber (noun)

    An eraser.

  • Rubber (noun)

    A condom.

  • Rubber (noun)

    Someone or something which rubs.

  • Rubber (noun)

    One who rubs down horses.

  • Rubber (noun)

    One who practises massage.

  • Rubber (noun)

    The rectangular pad on the pitcher's mound from which the pitcher must pitch.

    "Jones toes the rubber and then fires to the plate."

  • Rubber (noun)

    Water resistant shoe covers, galoshes, overshoes.

    "Johnny, don't forget your rubbers today."

  • Rubber (noun)

    Tires, particularly racing tires.

    "Jones enters the pits to get new rubber."

  • Rubber (noun)

    In relation to a series of games or matches between two competitors where the overall winner of the series is the competitor which wins a majority of the individual games or matches:

  • Rubber (noun)

    The entire series, of an odd number of games or matches in which ties are impossible (especially a series of three games in bridge or whist).

  • Rubber (noun)

    A rubber match; a game or match played to break a tie.

  • Rubber (noun)

    The game of rubber bridge.

  • Rubber (adjective)

    Not covered by funds on account.

  • Rubber (verb)

    To eavesdrop on a telephone call

  • Rubber (verb)

    To rubberneck; to observe with unseemly curiosity.

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Oxford Dictionary
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  • Eraser (noun)

    One who, or that which, erases; esp., a sharp instrument or a piece of rubber used to erase writings, drawings, etc.

  • Rubber (noun)

    One who, or that which, rubs.

  • Rubber (noun)

    In some games, as bridge or whist, the odd game, as the third or the fifth, which decides the winner when there is a tie between the players; as, to play the rubber; also, a contest determined by the winning of two out of three games; as, to play a rubber of whist.

  • Rubber (noun)

    India rubber; caoutchouc; gum elastic; - also called natural rubber.

  • Rubber (noun)

    Any substance, whether natural or synthetic, resembling India rubber with respect to its elasticity[1].

  • Rubber (noun)

    A low-cut overshoe made of natural or synthetic rubber[4], serving to keep the feet and shoes dry when walking in the rain or on a wet surface; - usually used in the plural.

  • Rubber (noun)

    A condom.

Webster Dictionary
  • Eraser (noun)

    an implement used to erase something

  • Rubber (noun)

    latex from trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus)

  • Rubber (noun)

    an eraser made of rubber (or of a synthetic material with properties similar to rubber); commonly mounted at one end of a pencil

  • Rubber (noun)

    contraceptive device consisting of a thin rubber or latex sheath worn over the penis during intercourse

  • Rubber (noun)

    a waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow

  • Rubber (verb)

    coat or impregnate with rubber;

    "rubberize fabric for rain coats"

  • Rubber (adjective)

    made of rubber and therefore water-repellent;

    "rubber boots"

  • Rubber (adjective)

    returned for lack of funds;

    "a rubber check"

    "a no-good check"

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