Linter



[lin-ter] /ˈlɪn tər/

noun
1.
linters, short cotton fibers that stick to seeds after a first ginning.
2.
a machine for removing from cloth.
/ˈlɪntə/
noun
1.
a machine for stripping the short fibres of ginned cotton seeds
2.
(pl) the fibres so removed

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