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Lifter vs. Spatula

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Lifternoun

Someone or something that lifts or assists in lifting.

Spatulanoun

A kitchen utensil consisting of a flat surface attached to a long handle, used for turning, lifting, or stirring food.

Lifternoun

(weightlifting) A weightlifter.

Spatulanoun

(North America) A kitchen utensil consisting of a flexible surface attached to a long handle, used for scraping the sides of bowls.

Lifternoun

(cricket) A delivery that bounces well off the pitch.

Spatulanoun

(dated) A palette knife.

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Lifternoun

A spatula.

Spatulanoun

(chemistry) A thin hand tool, often made of nickel, for handling chemicals or other materials, when weighing, etc.

Lifternoun

A thief.

Spatulanoun

A croupier's tool for turning up cards in a casino.

Lifternoun

An ionocraft.

Spatulanoun

An implement shaped like a knife, flat, thin, and somewhat flexible, used for spreading paints, fine plasters, drugs in compounding prescriptions, etc. Cf. Palette knife, under Palette.

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Lifternoun

(signal processing) A filter that operates on a cepstrum.

Spatulanoun

a turner with a narrow flexible blade

Lifternoun

One who, or that which, lifts.

Spatulanoun

a hand tool with a thin flexible blade used to mix or spread soft substances

Lifternoun

A tool for lifting loose sand from the mold; also, a contrivance attached to a cope, to hold the sand together when the cope is lifted.

Spatula

A spatula is a broad, flat, flexible blade used to mix, spread and lift material including foods, drugs, plaster and paints. In medical applications, may also be used synonymously with tongue depressor.The word spatula derives from the Latin word for a flat piece of wood or splint, a diminutive form of the Latin spatha, meaning 'broadsword', and hence can also refer to a tongue depressor.

‘spatula’;

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Lifternoun

an athlete who lifts barbells

Lifternoun

a thief who steals goods that are in a store

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