Definition of Lighters. Meaning of Lighters. Synonyms of Lighters

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Definition of Lighters

Lighter
Lighter Light"er, v. t. To convey by a lighter, as to or from the shore; as, to lighter the cargo of a ship.
Lighter
Lighter Light"er (l[imac]t"[~e]r), n. One who, or that which, lights; as, a lighter of lamps.
Lighter
Lighter Light"er, n. [D. ligter, fr. ligt light. See Light not heavy.] (Naut.) A large boat or barge, mainly used in unloading or loading vessels which can not reach the wharves at the place of shipment or delivery. Lighter screw (Mach.), a screw for adjusting the distance between the stones in a grinding mill by raising or lowering the bridgetree.

Meaning of Lighters from wikipedia

- need for a flint wheel in some lighters and was used in many Ronson lighters. In modern times most of the world's lighters are produced in France, the United...
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- name of a type of refillable butane lighter, designed by Enric Sardà and owned by Flamagas S.A. since 1959. The lighters are mostly produced in Barcelona...
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- changes made this form of lightering largely redundant. Unpowered lighters continue to be moved by powered tugs, however, and lighters may also now themselves...
- Lighter fluid or lighter fuel may refer to: Butane, a highly flammable, colorless, easily liquefied gas used in gas-type lighters and butane torches Naphtha...
- coloring Zippo point of sale display Zippo lighters, which have gained po****rity as “windproof” lighters, are able to stay lit in harsh weather, due...
- patented its version of an automotive cigarette lighter, which used a cord and reel. In the reel-type lighters, the igniter unit was connected with a source...
- Lightering (also called lighterage) is the process of transferring cargo between vessels of different sizes, usually between a barge (lighter) and a bulker...
- called ferro rods, flint-spark-lighters and wrongly "flint-and-steel" as this is the name of a different type of lighter using a section of high carbon...