What Is a Strainer?

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A strainer is a device used to filter or remove impurities. It can also be defined as an apparatus used to retain larger pieces while smaller pieces and liquids pass through. The other names for a strainer include purifier or a sieve among others.
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strain·er
[strey-ner]
NOUN
1.
a person or thing that strains.
2.
a filter, sieve, or the like for straining liquids.
3.
a stretcher or tightener.
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A sieve, or sifter, separates wanted elements from unwanted material using a filter such as a mesh or net. Strainers are also found on the streams.
A strainer is a plastic or metal bowl-shaped kitchen aide. It has little holes in it for straining the liquid off the food you cooked.
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