cupper

[kuhp-er]
noun
a person who performs the procedure of cupping.

Origin:
1400–50 for an earlier sense; 1560–70 for current sense; late Middle English; see cup, -er1

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cuppa or cupper (ˈkʌpə)
 
n
informal (Brit) a cup of tea
 
cupper or cupper
 
n

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During the draw-redraw process, aluminum or steel coil is fed into a processor called a cupper that stamps shallow metal cups.
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