cremator

[kree-mey-ter]
noun
1.
a person who cremates.
2.
a furnace for cremating dead bodies.
3.
an incinerator, as for garbage.

Origin:
1875–80; < Late Latin, equivalent to Latin cremā(re) to cremate + -tor -tor

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cremator (krɪˈmeɪtə)
 
n
1.  (Brit) Also called (esp US): cinerator a furnace for cremating corpses
2.  a person who operates such a furnace

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Example sentences
All submissions must include the name and phone number of the funeral director or cremator for verification.
After the secondary chamber has been heated sufficiently, the cremator burner ignites and the cremation process is initiated.
Operators are required to maintain the design temperature at all times when the cremator unit is operating.
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