Definition of Stopper. Meaning of Stopper. Synonyms of Stopper

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Definition of Stopper

Stopper
Stopper Stop"per, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Stoppered; p. pr. & vb. n. Stoppering.] To close or secure with a stopper.

Meaning of Stopper from wikipedia

- Stopper may refer to: Bung, a plug used to stop the opening of a container Laboratory rubber stopper, a specific type of bung Plug (sanitation), used to...
- A bung, stopper or cork is a truncated cylindrical or conical closure to seal a container, such as a bottle, tube or barrel. Unlike a lid, which encloses...
- "Show Stopper" is a song by American girl group Danity Kane from their 2006 self-titled debut album of the same name. The song was written by Angela Hunte...
- A stopper knot (or simply stopper) is a knot that creates a fixed thicker point on an otherwise uniform thickness rope for the purpose of preventing unreeving:...
- A laboratory rubber stopper or a rubber bung is mainly used in chemical laboratory in combination with flasks and test tube and also for fermentation...
- A paper cup is a disposable cup made out of paper and often lined or coated with plastic or wax to prevent liquid from leaking out or soaking through the...
- June 2016. "Eden Hazard the new penalty taker king; Julio Cesar the best stopper". ESPN FC. 7 October 2014. Retrieved 18 July 2016. "From Messi to Ronaldo...
- patented the Hutchinson Patent Stopper in 1879 as a replacement for cork bottle stoppers which were commonly being used as stoppers on soda water or pop bottles...
- Crime Stoppers or Crimestoppers is a program in many communities in North America that allows persons to provide anonymous information about criminal activity...
- it is used in a variety of products, the most common of which is wine stoppers. The montado landscape of Portugal produces approximately half of cork...
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