applicator

[ap-li-key-ter]
noun
  1. a simple device, as a rod, spatula, or the like, for applying medication, cosmetics, glue, or any other substance not usually touched with the fingers.

Origin of applicator

1650–60; applicate (see applicative) + -or2
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British Dictionary definitions for applicator

applicator

noun
  1. a device, such as a spatula or rod, for applying a medicine, glue, etc
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applicator in Medicine

applicator

[ăplĭ-kā′tər]
n.
  1. An instrument for applying something, such as a medication.
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