Arrange the flask with its ice casing just above the neck of the aspirator bottle.
He grabbed for his aspirator, then tried to reach the airlock.
Shut off the tap and make up the contents of the aspirator bottle to 10 litres again.
aspirator, an instrument used to promote the flow of a gas from one vessel into another by means of a liquid.
Jake and Lou shoved him through the doors into the tractor and Doc yanked off his aspirator.
All doubt as to the nature of a given hydatid tumor of the liver may be set at rest by the use of the aspirator.
At this rate the aspirator bottle will empty itself in just under three hours.
This last flask is connected with an aspirator, by means1211 of which a current of air is drawn through the apparatus.
Care in carrying out asepsis in tapping, which should be performed with an aspirator, need hardly be more than mentioned.
The apparatus acts thus at the same time as aspirator and compressor.
aspirator as·pi·ra·tor (ās'pə-rā'tər)
An apparatus for removing fluid from a body cavity, consisting usually of a hollow needle and a cannula, connected by tubing to a container in which a vacuum is created by a syringe or a suction pump.