expeller

[ik-spel-er]
noun
1.
a person or thing that expels.
2.
a press used to extract oil from corn, soybeans, etc.

Origin:
1570–80; expel + -er1

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expel (ɪkˈspɛl)
 
vb , -pels, -pelling, -pelled
1.  to eject or drive out with force
2.  to deprive of participation in or membership of a school, club, etc
 
[C14: from Latin expellere to drive out, from pellere to thrust, drive]
 
ex'pellable
 
adj
 
expellee
 
n
 
ex'peller
 
n

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Example sentences
All crushing plants use a continuous feed expeller, which presses the oil from the seeds by mechanical pressure.
Copra cake is the byproduct of pressing copra in an expeller, while copra meal is the residual after solvent extraction.
Evaluation of expeller-produced and solvent-extracted soybean meal at two particle sizes on broiler performance.
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