noun sec·a·teur \ˌse-kə-ˈtər, ˈse-kə-ˌ\

Definition of SECATEUR

chiefly British
:  pruning shears —usually used in plural

Origin of SECATEUR

French sécateur, from Latin secare to cut
First Known Use: 1881


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