- 1A brush or other object used to clean something: a plastic pan scrubberMore example sentences
- She looked around, and saw a bottle of hotel shampoo, and a brush scrubber.
- ‘I was cleaning,’ she fumbled, looking down at the scrubber lying near her feet.
- Then scrub that area with a stiff brush, electric scrubber or very fine steel wool pads to loosen old wax.
- 1.1A person who cleans something: laundry women and scrubbersMore example sentences
- I had a scrubber wash me down for 20 minutes, using scouring pad mittens and a really abrasive paste that helped to remove most of my dead skin.
- 1.2An apparatus using water or a solution for purifying gases or vapours.More example sentences
- The chimneys at these fertiliser plants are fitted with scrubbers to trap these toxins, and all of this noxious material is collected in a solution known as scrubbers liquor.
- If the air is dirty, there must be a missing scrubber on a smokestack or a drainpipe that needs a filter.
- There are logically three possibilities: a dirty surface of some kind, particle-laden air, as in a scrubber or an air purifier - or possibly, both.
- 2British • informal , • derogatory A promiscuous or vulgar woman.More example sentences
- She's a manky, self-indulgent scrubber who is certainly no role model for young people.
- Well, look at it this way, I mean, when you come right down to it, that girl, she's a bit of a scrubber, isn't she?
- To be honest, even an 18 year old would struggle to pull that look off without looking like a cheap scrubber.
More definitions of scrubberDefinition of scrubber in:
- The US English dictionary