Inhaler vs Inspirator - What's the difference?

inhaler | inspirator |

As nouns the difference between inhaler and inspirator

is that inhaler is one who inhales while inspirator is an inspirer, one that inspires.



(en noun)
  • One who inhales.
  • * 1963 , Consumers Union of United States, Consumer reports (volume 28, page 277)
  • The exposure of the mouse lungs to smoke was, of course, relatively mild as compared with the exposure of the lungs of a human smoke-inhaler who gets true cancer.
  • (medicine) A device with a canister holding medicine (either in powder or gas form) which is sprayed and inhaled by the patient, often for treating asthma and other respiratory diseases.
  • Derived terms

    * metered-dose inhaler * dry powder inhaler


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    (en noun)
  • An inspirer, one that inspires
  • An inhaler, one that inhales
  • A kind of injector for forcing water by steam.