Adjective "baler" definition and examples

(Baler may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈbeɪlə/

Definitions and examples

noun

A machine for making up material such as paper, hay, or cotton into bales.
  1. 'I hauled livestock, hay, wool, tractors, balers, backhoes, buildings, trees and whatever ‘kind of fit’ the trailer.'
  2. 'I said: ‘But farmers keep a baler or a forage harvester or a combine harvester for only a few weeks’ work in a year, often for only a few days’.'
  3. 'He had stopped on the slope, applied the handbrake and left the tractor to clear a blockage in the attached baler, leaving the engine running.'
  4. 'That meant only milk jugs could go up the conveyor into the baler.'
  5. 'After the war he returned to Manaia and took up partnership with Jim at the garage, working on cars, tractors and hay balers.'
  6. 'Stromness Fire Brigade attended an incident in Evie on Thursday night after a farm baler caught fire.'
  7. 'A baler costs $75,000, and you don't have an electric plant on every street corner.'
  8. 'Mechanical hay balers widely used in some areas are taboo in others.'
  9. 'There was a noticeable trend towards the use of combination baler and wrapper machines among contractors and farmers making round bale silage.'
  10. 'The organization has also designed and sells an oilseed press, a hay baler, and equipment for making concrete pit-latrine slabs, roofing tiles, and bricks.'

More definitions

1. a large bundle or package prepared for shipping, storage, or sale, especially one tightly compressed and secured by wires, hoops, cords, or the like, and sometimes having a wrapping or covering: a bale of cotton; a bale of hay.

2. a group of turtles. verb (used with object), baled, baling.

3. to make or form into bales: to bale wastepaper for disposal.

More examples(as adjective)

"twines can be baler."

Origin

(bale)