- brace and bit
a boring tool consisting of a bit and a handle for rotating it.
Australian English dictionary. 2014.
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brace and bit — n. a tool for boring, consisting of a removable drill (bit) in a rotating handle ( brace): see DRILL1 * * * ▪ hand tool hand operated tool for boring holes in wood, consisting of a crank shaped turning device, the brace, that grips and rotates… … Universalium
brace-and-bit — brace and bitˈ noun A brace with the drilling bit in place • • • Main Entry: ↑brace … Useful english dictionary
brace and bit — n. a tool for boring, consisting of a removable drill (bit) in a rotating handle ( brace): see DRILL1 … English World dictionary
brace and bit — noun a drill consisting of a bit and a brace to hold and turn it • Hypernyms: ↑drill • Part Meronyms: ↑brace, ↑bitstock * * * brace and bit, a tool for boring, consisting of a drill (the bit) fitted into a handle (the brace). * * * … Useful english dictionary
brace and bit — n. drilling tool composed of a bit and handle for holding and turning it … English contemporary dictionary
brace and bit — Noun. An act of defecation. Rhyming slang on shit … English slang and colloquialisms
brace — ► NOUN 1) (braces) Brit. a pair of straps passing over the shoulders and fastening to the top of trousers to hold them up. 2) a strengthening or supporting piece or part. 3) a wire device fitted in the mouth to straighten the teeth. 4) (also… … English terms dictionary
Brace (tool) — A brace or brace and bit is a hand tool used to drill holes, usually in wood. Pressure is applied to the top and the tool is rotated with a U shaped grip.The U shaped part is a kind of crankshaft. It gives the brace much greater torque than other … Wikipedia
brace — I UK [breɪs] / US verb Word forms brace : present tense I/you/we/they brace he/she/it braces present participle bracing past tense braced past participle braced 1) [intransitive/transitive] to get ready for something unpleasant brace yourself for … English dictionary
brace — noun 1》 a device supporting a weak or injured part of the body. ↘a wire device fitted in the mouth to straighten the teeth. ↘a strengthening piece of iron or timber in building or carpentry. 2》 (braces) Brit. a pair of straps passing over … English new terms dictionary