Aerator ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Aerator ( noun )

A device or machine that is used to add air to a liquid, such as wine or water.

Origin:

From the latin word "aer" meaning air, and the suffix -ator meaning one that does something.

Examples:

  1. The aerator on the fish tank was not working properly, causing the water to become stagnant.
  2. The aerator in the wine bottle allowed the wine to breathe and enhance the flavor.
  3. The lawn aerator helped to break up the soil and improve the health of the grass.
  4. The water aerator was installed to increase the oxygen levels in the lake.
  5. The beer aerator was used to add a creamy head to the beer.

(As a verb)

Aerator ( verb )

A device or machine that is used to add air to a liquid, such as wine or water.

Origin:

From the latin word "aer" meaning air, and the suffix -ator meaning one that does something.

Examples:

  1. The aerator on the fish tank was not working properly, causing the water to become stagnant.
  2. The aerator in the wine bottle allowed the wine to breathe and enhance the flavor.
  3. The lawn aerator helped to break up the soil and improve the health of the grass.
  4. The water aerator was installed to increase the oxygen levels in the lake.
  5. The beer aerator was used to add a creamy head to the beer.
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