noun trof·fer \ˈträ-fər, ˈtr-\

Definition of TROFFER

:  an inverted trough serving as a support and reflector usually for a fluorescent lighting unit

Origin of TROFFER

blend of trough and coffer
First Known Use: 1942

Rhymes with TROFFER


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