A device used for shredding documents, often as a security measure to prevent unapproved persons from reading them.(noun)
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Use "shredder" in a sentence
"To treat government spending as if it involves feeding money into a paper shredder is to ignore that principle: Money Is Neither Created Nor Destroyed."
"The data shredder is free, so you get what you pay for, and since it's free, then it's probably as good as it's going to get."
"The shredder is a hell of a lot more cost-effective."