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How to Pronounce corkers?

Correct pronunciation for the word "corkers" is [kˈɔːkəz], [kˈɔːkəz], [k_ˈɔː_k_ə_z].

"Corkers" in context

Corkers are a type of wine closure device that is increasingly becoming popular in the wine industry. Corkers are used to tightly seal bottles of wine, preserving the quality of the wine and creating a barrier against oxygen and other contaminants. Corkers are comprised of a corkscrew-shaped tool, a plunger and a steel rod used to compress the cork into the bottle. The process is simple, using the corkscrew to push the cork into the neck of the bottle and then using the plunger to compress it, giving it the cork-like sealing effect.

What are similar-sounding words for corkers?

Usage over time for corkers:

This graph shows how "corkers" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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