Vibrator definition

vībrātər
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Something that vibrates, especially an electrical device used for massage or sexual gratification.
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Something that vibrates or causes vibration.
  • The hammer of an electric bell.
  • A vibrating electrical device used in massage or for sexual stimulation.
  • (electronics) An electromagnetic device with contacts on a tuned, vibrating steel reed or armature that converts a steady or direct current into a pulsating or alternating current.
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A device that vibrates or causes vibration.
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A vibrating device used for massage or sexual stimulation.

They recommend a vibrator because it's a safe alternative to sex.

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A device designed to electromechanically interrupt current flowing to the stepup transformer which was used to generate the high tension positive supply in old battery operated (automotive) valve radios.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
vibrator
Plural:
vibrators

Origin of vibrator

  • From New Latin vibrator, from Latin vibrare (“to vibrate"); see vibrate.

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