cleat

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A strip of wood or iron fastened on transversely to something in order to give strength, prevent warping, hold position, etc
To strengthen with a cleat
A continuous metal strip, or angled piece, used to secure metal components
To tie off, affix, stopper a line or rope, especially to a cleat
A protrusion on the bottom of a shoe meant for better traction. (See cleats.)
A device to quickly affix a line or rope, and from which it is also easy to release
{n} a piece of wood for fastening ropes
A ladder crosspiece of rectangular cross section placed on edge upon which a person may step while ascending or descending a ladder
secure on a cleat; "cleat a line"
provide with cleats; "cleat running shoes for better traction"
A continuous metal strip used to secure two or more metal roof components together Commonly used along with coping or gravel stop on tall buildings
A device made of wood or metal, having two arms, around which turns may be taken with a line or rope so as to hold securely and yet be readily released
A spike on the bottom of an athletic shoe meant to give the athlete better traction on a field
A two-pronged device for making ropes fast
The vertical cleavage of coal seams The main set of joints along which coal breaks when mined
a small strip of wood applied to support a shelf or
a strip of wood or metal used to strengthen the surface to which it is attached a fastener (usually with two projecting horns) around which a rope can be secured a metal or leather projection (as from the sole of a shoe); prevents slipping secure on a cleat; "cleat a line"
provide with cleats; "cleat running shoes for better traction
{i} projecting piece (of metal, wood, etc.) which prevents slipping; supporting board
Horizontal wedge shaped device to which cables are made fast
or it may be lashed to a rope
An attachment fastened to the conveying surface to act as a pusher, support, check, or trip, etc to help propel material, parts or packages along the normal path of conveyor travel
A fitting, usually with two horn-shaped ends, to which lines are made fast The classic cleat is almost anvil-shaped
(noun) device for holding lines such as jib sheets or halyards
A fitting, secured to the deck, mast or spar (strong pole used for ship's yard, boom, gaff, etc ) - having two projecting arms to which lines are made fast
A metal or plastic attachment on the sole of the cycling shoe that fits into an opening to fasten the shoe to the pedal
Support member i e To support cabinet construction or support open countertop
A cleat is a kind of hook with two ends which is used to hold ropes, especially on sailing boats
A fitting having two horns around which ropes may be tied, a clip on the frames to hold the cargo battens in place
A piece of hardware mounted to the boat for securing lines We'll mostly use these for securing dock and anchor lines To properly secure a line on a cleat takes practice By the end of the trip you'll be experts
A piece of wood or metal with projecting ends to which lines are made fast
Wedge-shaped device for making fast ropes (hawsers) or cables
Refers to various styles of porcelain house wiring insulators often composed of two porcelain halves used to clamp two or three low voltage wires in separate grooves These insulators were secured to wooden rafters and walls with either screws or nails in holes formed in the insulator
a fastener (usually with two projecting horns) around which a rope can be secured
A strip of wood fastened across a door to add strength Also a strip fastened to a wall to support a shelf, fixture, or other objects
It is bolted by the middle to a deck or mast, etc
A formed fitting in wood or metal to which lines are made fast
a strip of wood or metal used to strengthen a sign, display or other construction
wood or metal fitting that has two projecting horns to which a line is secured
A wood or metal fitting with two arms to which a line can be made fast; a wood or metal fitting to prevent a line fastened to a mast or yard from shifting
a strip of wood or metal used to strengthen the surface to which it is attached
A wedge-shaped piece (usually of metal) which serves as a support or check A strip fastened across something to give strength or hold something in position
A cast iron metal fixture that enables a hemp line to be attached by weaving a figure of eight and a locking tuck Submitted by Piers from London, UK
A fitting, typically with projecting ends, that holds a line against the tension from the sails, rigging or mooring
a metal or leather projection (as from the sole of a shoe); prevents slipping
cleats
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of cleat
cleats
A pair of athletic shoes equipped with cleats
cleats
plural form of cleat
expansion cleat
A cleat designed to accommodate thermal movement of metal roof panels
cleated
past of cleat
cleats
{i} shoes with cleats on the soles; metal or rubber or plastic cleats on the soles soccer shoes
cleats
third-person singular of cleat
cleats
a pair of shoes with cleats on the soles; "the football players all wore cleats
cleats
the metal, plastic or rubber points in the bottom of a soccer shoe used to provide a player with traction; term also used to refer to the shoes themselves
cleats
The plastic or rubber conical spikes on the bottom of a soccer shoe that provide traction
cleats
a pair of shoes with cleats on the soles; "the football players all wore cleats"
cleats
Fittings for securing lines
cleat

    Türkische aussprache

    klit

    Aussprache

    /ˈklēt/ /ˈkliːt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'klEt ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English clete wedge, from Old English clEat; akin to Middle High German klOz lump; more at CLOUT.

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