Taster vs Caster - What's the difference?

taster | caster |


As nouns the difference between taster and caster

is that taster is that in which, or by which, anything is tasted, as, a dram cup, a cheese taster, or the like while caster is someone or something that casts.

taster

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • That in which, or by which, anything is tasted, as, a dram cup, a cheese taster, or the like.
  • One who tastes anything, especially food, wine etc., for quality.
  • * Dryden
  • Thy tutor be thy taster , ere thou eat.
  • (zoology) A kind of zooid situated on the polyp-stem of certain Siphonophora, resembling the feeding zooids, but destitute of mouths.
  • A person who is, by genetic makeup, able to taste phenylthiocarbamide
  • Anagrams

    * ---- ==Norwegian Bokmål==

    Noun

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    caster

    English

    Alternative forms

    * castor

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Someone or something that casts
  • a caster''' of spells; a '''caster of stones
  • A wheeled assembly attached to a larger object at its base to facilitate rolling. A caster usually consists of
  • * a wheel, which may be plastic, a hard elastomer, or metal
  • * an axle
  • * a mounting provision, usually a stem, flange, or plate
  • * (sometimes) a swivel which allows the caster to rotate for steering
  • Many office chairs roll on a set of casters .
  • A shaker with a perforated top for sprinkling condiments such as sugar, salt, pepper, etc.
  • a set of casters
  • A stand to hold a set of shakers or cruets.
  • See also

    * caster angle * caster sugar

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