Definition of canceler in English:

canceler

Syllabification: can·cel·er
Pronunciation: /ˈkansələr
 
/
(also canceller)

noun

A device used to cancel something, especially one that makes a cancellation on a postage stamp.
More example sentences
  • Eventually, all network echo cancelers were updated or replaced with ones that could be disabled.
  • The top configuration tests how the canceler responds to signals that arrive through different delay paths.
  • Because they were distributed only to major cities, we would not expect to find strikes of the commercial rubber cancelers on Executive, State, Justice, or Navy stamps.

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