Definition of conveyor
: one that conveys: such asa : a person who transfers propertyb usually conveyor : a mechanical apparatus for moving articles or bulk material from place to place (as by an endless moving belt or a chain of receptacles)
Examples of conveyor in a Sentence
the conveyor of good news
Recent Examples of conveyor from the Web
Hundreds of laborers make their way through a maze of rails, turnstiles and a metal detector, and place their bags on an airport-style X-ray conveyor belt.
A high Mississippi River is a like a fish-conveyor belt for Mike Jones, who heads down to Buras to wade-fish the river and catch catfish almost non-stop.
Some sleep on top of steel storage shipping containers, others on stairs and conveyor belts.
But Volcano Bay has conveyor systems (kind of like an ascending luggage return at the airport) that do the work for you.
Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets are ageing, there are major issues in the full-back positions and the conveyor-belt of talent from the academy seems to have slowed.
At Stingin Ink in Bolton, just northwest of Manchester, the parlor's owner, Paul Taylor, was doing the bee tattoos, conveyor-belting people through.
It will be equipped with a series of internal and exterior conveyors to keep the earth moving out of the machine as the tunnel is dug.
One, made of unfinished wood, has denim conveyor belts running over purple and orange plastic beads.
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