vaporizer

[vey-puh-rahy-zer]
noun
1.
a person or thing that vaporizes.
2.
a device for turning liquid into vapor, as an atomizer, especially one that converts a medicinal substance into a vapor that is inhaled for respiratory relief.

Origin:
1840–50; vaporize + -er1

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vaporizer or vaporiser (ˈveɪpəˌraɪzə)
 
n
1.  a substance that vaporizes or a device that causes vaporization
2.  med a device that produces steam or atomizes medication for inhalation
 
vaporiser or vaporiser
 
n

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vaporizer va·por·iz·er (vā'pə-rī'zər)
n.
A device used to vaporize medicine for inhaling.

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  invented by and for potheads.
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