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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapplicatorap‧pli‧ca‧tor /ˈæplɪkeɪtə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  a special brush or tool used to spread a cream, liquid, medicine etc onto a surface
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applicatorYou just tape her by the wings to an applicator stick using Scotch tape.A specially designed applicator was supplied, which minimised damage to local tissue.There is a mirror and packs of hygienic, disposable applicators, too.Products can be marketed in a container which plugs directly into the applicator.
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