[ eg-bee-ter ]
/ ˈɛgˌbi tər /
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a small rotary beater for beating eggs, whipping cream, etc.
Slang. a helicopter.
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How to use eggbeater in a sentence
Also she had received an order for a certain kind of egg-beater, the like of which had never been seen in South Plains.Interrupted|Pansy
Put unbeaten egg white and jelly together into bowl and beat with egg beater or wire whip until stiff.
Put egg with vinegar or lemon juice and seasoning into bowl and beat with rotary egg beater.
If the sauce begins to curdle, beat the soup quickly with a rotary egg beater.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
Beat these with a rotary egg beater until they are well mixed.Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 4|Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
British Dictionary definitions for eggbeater
/ (ˈɛɡˌbiːtə) /
Also called: eggwhisk a kitchen utensil for beating eggs, whipping cream, etc; whisk
mainly US and Canadian an informal name for helicopter
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