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ejector

Line breaks: eject¦or
Pronunciation: /ɪˈdʒɛktə
 
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Definition of ejector in English:

noun

A device that causes something to be removed or to drop out: support guides fitted with ejectors assist in the removal of the board under test
More example sentences
  • A touch is all that is needed to lube delicate trigger mechanisms, firing pins, ejectors, extractors and springs.
  • The rifle is equipped with ejectors that throw the empty cases clear of the gun when the action is opened.
  • Here is a close-up of the three lugged bolt, slotted for a mechanical ejector and the beefy claw extractor.

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