an animal or other organism that feeds on dead organic matter.
a person who searches through and collects items from discarded material.
a street cleaner.
Chemistry. a chemical that consumes or renders inactive the impurities in a mixture.
a person who collects things discarded by others
any animal that feeds on decaying organic matter, esp on refuse
a substance added to a chemical reaction or mixture to counteract the effect of impurities
a person employed to clean the streets
An animal that feeds on dead organisms, especially a carnivorous animal that eats dead animals rather than or in addition to hunting live prey. Vultures, hyenas, and wolves are scavengers.
- Scavenge stroke
noun 1. (in a reciprocating engine) the stroke of a piston in a four-stroke cycle that pushes the burnt gases out as exhaust Also called exhaust stroke
verb (used with object), scavenged, scavenging. 1. to take or gather (something usable) from discarded material. 2. to cleanse of filth, as a street. 3. to expel burnt gases from (the cylinder of an internal-combustion engine). 4. Metallurgy. to purify (molten metal) by introducing a substance that will combine chemically with impurities. verb (used without […]
1. Bachelor of Science. ScB Latin Scientiae Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Science)
1. Bachelor of Science.