[plahy-er] /ˈplaɪ ər/

noun, Chiefly British.
[plahy-er] /ˈplaɪ ər/
pliers, (sometimes used with a singular verb) small pincers with long jaws, for bending wire, holding small objects, etc. (usually used with pair of).
a person or thing that .
a person who plies a trade

“one who folds,” 1670s, agent noun from ply (v.).


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