[ 'setlə ] Pronunciation: "settler" in a sentence
Noun: settler setlu(r)
- A person who settles in a new colony or moves into new country
- A negotiator who settles disputes
- [Brit] A clerk in a betting shop who calculates the winnings
Derived forms: settlers
See also: settle
Type of: clerk, migrant, migrator, negotiant, negotiator, treater
"A separator, such as a tub, pan, vat, or tank in which the partial separation of a mixture is made by density difference, used to separate solids from liquid or gas, immiscible liquid from liquid, or liquid from gas."
- centrifugal settler: [Chemical engineer ...
- mixer-settler: [Chemical engineer ...
- settler's clock: noun (Aust) ...
- the settlers have not yet arrived.
- one of his forefathers was an early settler in america.
- the settlers fell timber.
- the new settlers wore the finest silk and velvet clothing.
- separation is obtained by means of a series of mixers and settlers.