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adaptor

adapter

/ (əˈdæptə) /
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noun

a person or thing that adapts
any device for connecting two parts, esp ones that are of different sizes or have different mating fitments
  1. a plug used to connect an electrical device to a mains supply when they have different types of terminals
  2. a device used to connect several electrical appliances to a single mains socket

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