borer

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A person who bores, who drills
An insect or insect larva that bores into wood
A tool used for drilling
One of the many types of mollusc that bore into soft rock
{n} one who bores, a piercer, a gimblet
which bores into limestone and similar substances
any of various insects or larvae or mollusks that bore into wood
One that bores; an instrument for boring
Wood-boring beetles in the larval phase, which burrow into timber for food and shelter, leaving behind wormholes when they emerge as adults e g furniture beetle, longhorn beetle etc Treatment against attack using preservatives usually does not penetrate deeply enough to reach all borers, but they are killed by high temperatures, as in kiln dried timbers
{i} tool used to make holes, auger, tool that resembles a drill
Any bivalve mollusk Saxicava, Lithodomus, etc
a drill for penetrating rock
= burrower = boring organism (천공충)
a device for making holes The difference between a borer (used for making tunnels, circular shafts and the like) and a drill is the size of the hole produced Borers take the large range of plus 3-4 feet Because of the size involved, a borer is usually much more complex than a drill
The hagfish (Myxine)
Lower Palaeolithic flint tool
See Apple borer, under Apple
A marine, bivalve mollusk, of the genus Teredo and allies, which burrows in wood
One of the larvæ of many species of insects, which penetrate trees, as the apple, peach, pine, etc
borer bomb
a device used to eradicate pests, especially boring insects, by releasing toxic fumes
apple borer
A type of beetle that bores into the trunks of apple and other fruit trees
jig borer
A type of machine tool invented during the World War I era to make possible the quick-yet-very-precise location of hole centers
borers
plural of borer
corn borer
native to Europe; in America the larvae bore into the stem and crown of corn and other plants larva of the European corn borer moth; a serious pest of maize
twig borer
Any of various small beetles or moths whose larvae bore into the twigs of certain trees, especially fruit trees
yucca borer
A large mothlike butterfly (Megathymus yuccæ) of the family Megatimidæ, whose larva bores in yucca roots
yucca borer
A California boring weevil (Yuccaborus frontalis)
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