Etymology
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conveyor (n.)

1640s, "one who conveys," agent-noun in Latin form from convey. The form conveyer is earlier (1510s). Sense of "mechanical contrivance for carrying objects" is from 1813. Conveyor-belt is attested from 1868.

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Definitions of conveyor

conveyor (n.)
a person who conveys (carries or transmits);
Synonyms: conveyer
conveyor (n.)
a moving belt that transports objects (as in a factory);
Synonyms: conveyer belt / conveyor belt / conveyer / transporter
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