Definition of humidifier
: a device for supplying or maintaining humidity
Recent Examples of humidifier from the Web
In a demonstration Wednesday, Alibaba engineers used the Genie to order Coca Cola, play music, add credit to a phone and activate a smart humidifier and TV, according to Reuters.
Their humidifier is stocked with stogies that are available upon donation.
Last March, when Joseph came down with croup (an upper respiratory virus), Tessa had him in urgent care while David was trying to find a 24-hour Walmart with a humidifier.
Keeping your entire body hydrated (i.e., drinking plenty of fluids and using a humidifier to moisten the air in your home) can help soothe chapped lips as well, according to the Mayo Clinic.
Soon after the $100 million project concluded, the humidifier began underperforming, according to a city report.
After years of dealing with a finicky humidifier that put thousands of art pieces at risk of damage, the Crocker Art Museum will receive $770,000 from the original contractors to replace it.
Four contractors who worked on the expansion will now pay $770,000 as part of a settlement to the museum and city – which owns the property – to replace the humidifier.
On Tuesday, the Sacramento City Council approved the humidifier replacement plan, which included allocating $500,000 toward legal fees and contingency.
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Definition of humidifier for English Language Learners
: a machine that adds moisture to the air in a room
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