hammer

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Englisch - Türkisch
çekiç

Tom bir çekiç daha ve bir miktar çivi almak için nalbura gitti. - Tom went to the hardware store to buy another hammer and some nails.

O, kazara çekiçle parmağına vurdu. - He accidentally hit his thumb with the hammer.

{i} tokmak
kazıkçakar
(fiyat) indirmek
(Muzik) çekiçleme
çekişlemek
çeküle vurma
çekiçle çakmak
tokmaklamak
(fiyat) kırmak
çekiçkemiği
çakmak
yenmek
çekiçle vurmak
{f} çekiçle

Uzayan tırnak çekiçlenir. - The nail that sticks out gets hammered down.

O, ona bir çekiçle vurdu. - She hit him with a hammer.

(tüfek/vb.) horoz
{f} hızlı atmak
{f} çekiçlemek
çekiçkemği
{i} tüfek horozu
hammer and tongs büyük gürültü ve gayretle
{f} işlemek

Ben bu fikri öğrencilerin kafalarına işlemek niyetindeyim. - I intend to hammer this idea into the student's heads.

muhtelif aletlerin uzunca
(Askeri) HOROZ: Bir silahın ateşleme tertibatında, ateşleme iğnesine veya kapsüle çarparak fişeği ateşleyen parça. Buna "percussion hammer" da denir
(Tıp) Bakınız: Malleus
{f} çekiçle işlemek
{f} döv
hammer and sickle orak ve çekiç
{f} dövmek
hammer lock güreşte kolun
yassı ve ekseriya oynak kısımları
{f} ağır yenilgiye uğratmak
(Askeri,Avcılık) horoz
(Kanun) yargıç çekici
(Askeri) horoz (silahta)
çekiçle dövmek
hammer out
(deyim) şekil vermek
hammer and nail
(Bilgisayar) çekiç ve çivi
hammer away at
(deyim) dört elle sarılmak
hammer blow
tokmak darbesi
hammer into
(deyim) kafasına sokmaya çalışmak
hammer into
(deyim) kafasına çakmak
hammer mill
vurulu kırıcı
hammer mill
darbeli kırıcı
hammer and sickle
orak çekiç
hammer and sickle
orak ve çekiç
hammer and tongs
alabildiğine
hammer and tongs
var kuvvetle
hammer away
durmadan çalışmak
hammer head
çekiç başı
hammer out
plan yapmak
hammer out
işlemek
hammer out
uydurmak
hammer an idea into s.o.´s head
bir fikri birinin kafasına sokmak
hammer and tongs
(deyim) Olanca gücüyle
hammer bit
çekiç parçası
hammer eye
göz çekiç
hammer head
kafa çekiç
hammer headed shark
başlı köpekbalığı çekiç
hammer in
in çekiç
hammer mark
çekiç izi
hammer mill
çekiçli değirmen
hammer out
(deyim) Bir çözüm buluncaya kadar tartışmak
hammer out something
(deyim) Bir çözüm buluncaya kadar tartışmak
hammer something out
(deyim) Bir çözüm buluncaya kadar tartışmak
hammer st. in
st çekiç. içinde
hammer tail
tokmak kolu
hammer action
(Askeri) TEPELEME HAREKETİ: Gerilla kuvvetlerinin gerilla imha kuvvetlerine karşı giriştikleri imha hareketi
hammer action
(Askeri) tepeleme hareketi
hammer an idea into
bir fikri birinin kafasına sokmak
hammer and tongs
(deyim) hammer and tongs ( genellikle be/go at it ...) olanca gucuyle tartisma,kavga etme
hammer at
(deyim) korkunç gürültü çıkarmak
hammer at
(Fiili Deyim ) sürekli olarak ve gayretle çalışmak
hammer at
(deyim) çok gürültü yapmak
hammer at
(deyim) çok ses yapmak
hammer at
(deyim) dangır dungur ses çıkartmak
hammer away
kafa yormak
hammer away
çalışıp durmak
hammer beam
çekiç başlığı
hammer beam
(İnşaat) direk başlığı
hammer blow
çekiç darbesi
hammer butt
dövme kafası
hammer crusher
(İnşaat) çekiçli kırıcı
hammer dressed
(İnşaat) taraklanmış
hammer dressed
(İnşaat) çekiçlenmiş
hammer drill
(İnşaat) darbeli delici
hammer drill
darbeli matkap
hammer face
çekiç başı
hammer finish
(Otomotiv) çekiçle rötuş
hammer fulling mill
(Tekstil) tokmaklı dinkleme makinesi
hammer gun
(Askeri) HOROZLU SİLAH: Horoz kısmı dışında bulunan silah
hammer gun
horoz silah
hammer gun
(Askeri) horozlu silah
hammer handle
çekiç sapı
hammer harden
soğuk döverek sertleştirmek
hammer head
çekiç başlı
hammer lock
kolun arkaya bükülmesi
hammer out
(deyim) hammer sth. out cozum buluncaya kadar tartismak
hammer out
-e şekil vermek
hammer out a difficulty
anlaşmazlığı gidermek
hammer pin
(Askeri) HOROZ PİMİ: Horozu ekseni etrafında döndüren ve yerinde tutan parça
hammer test
çekiç deneyi
hammer throw
spor çekiç atma
hammer throw
çekiç atma
hammer thrower
çekiç atıcı
hammer tongs
baskı kıskacı
hammer welding
çekiçli kaynak
hammer welding
dövme kaynak
hammer, cd
(Bilgisayar) çekiç, cd
hack hammer
yontma çekici
hack hammer
taşçı çekici
hand hammer
el çekici
hack hammer
kesere benzer bir alet
having a hammer
çekiçli
go under the hammer
açık artırma ile satışa çıkarılmak

The repossessed farm will go under the hammer.

come under the hammer
(Ticaret) açık artırma ile satılmak
go under the hammer
Bir şey açık artırmayla satılmak
rubber hammer
kauçuk tokmak
rubber hammer
(Otomotiv) lastik çekiç
sledge hammer
ağır çekiç
sledge hammer
varyos
slide hammer
sürgülü çekiç
steam hammer
(Askeri,Teknik) buharlı şahmerdan
steam hammer
şahmerdan
tilt hammer
şahmerdan
air drilling hammer
delici havalı çekiç
air hammer
havalı çekiç
ball peen hammer
perçin çekici
ball peen hammer
topuzlu çekiç
ball point hammer
yuvarlak başlı çekiç
be at it hammer and tongs
dövüşmek
be at it hammer and tongs
fena kapışmak
beat with a hammer
balta ile vur
bricklayer's hammer
duvarcı çekici
bricklayers hammer
duvarcı çekici
bring sth under the hammer
açık artırma ile satmak
calking hammer
kalafat çekici
carpenter's hammer
marangoz çekici
claw hammer
çatal çekiç
claw hammer
tırnak çekici
compressed air hammer
basınçlı hava tabancası
diamond hammer
tarama çekici
double acting hammer
çift etkili çekiç
drilling hammer
matkap çekici
drilling hammer
delme çekici
drilling hammer
lağımcı varyozu
drop hammer
şahmerdan
drop hammer pile driver
şahmerdanlı kazık çakma makinesi
flat-hammer
çekiçle düzlemek
forge hammer
demirci çekici
go at it hammer and tongs
atışmak
go at it hammer and tongs
dövüşmek
hammered
{f} döv
hammering
{f} döv
jack hammer
kaya matkabı
jack hammer
delici çekiç
lead hammer
kurşun çekiç
pick hammer
martopikör
pick hammer
kazar çekiç
pneumatic hammer
pnömatik çekiç
pneumatic hammer
havalı çekiç
poised hammer
çekiç güç
power hammer
şahmerdan
riveting hammer
perçin çekici
sledge hammer
balyoz
steam hammer
buhar çekici
steam hammer
istim çekici
stone hammer
taşçı çekici
stone hammer
taş kırma çekici
tack hammer
çekiç
blow of the hammer
çekiç darbe
board hammer
(Mühendislik) tahtalı şahmerdan
body hammer
vücut çekiç
bumping hammer
çekiç darbeleme
club hammer
club çekiç
corner riveting hammer
köşe perçinleme çekiç
demolition hammer
Yıkım balyozu, yıkım kırıcısı, yıkım delicisi
fight for someone hammer and tongs
(deyim) Biri için olanca gücüyle mücadele vermek
fight for something hammer and tongs
(deyim) Bir şey için olanca gücüyle mücadele vermek
gear hammer
dişli çekiç
go under hammer
çekiç altında gitmek
gravity drop hammer
yerçekimi tokmak
hammered
Kör kütük sarhoş

Tom muhtemelen kör kütük sarhoş. - Tom is probably hammered.

hammered
dövme
hammering
çekiçleyerek
hammering
Dövme, dövme işi
hide hammer
çekiç gizlemek
hydraulic hammer
Hidrolik çekiç
non-rebound hammer
non-rebound çekiç
normal drop hammer
Normal tokmak
pneumatic hammer
(Mühendislik) havalı tokmak
print hammer
yazma çekici, basma çekici
reflex hammer
Refleks çekici. Doktorların diz veya asıl refleksini ölçmek için kullandıkları özel muayene çekici
rivetting hammer
çekiç rivetting
sheeting hammer
çekiç kaplama
soft face hammer
Yumuşak yüz çekiç
stone hammer
taşçı çekici, taş kırma çekici
water hammer
Koç darbesi;sıvının veya akışkanın,ani basınçlanmasının ardından, içinde bulunduğu hattın çeperlerine yaptığı darbe
hammered
çekiçlenmiş
hammered
{s} çekiçle işlenmiş
hammering
çekiçleme
hammering
dövme
hammering
{f} çekiçle: prep.çekiçleyerek
hammering
(isim) dövme
Englisch - Englisch
someone connected with West Ham Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc
To strike internally, as if hit by a hammer

I could hear the engine’s valves hammering once the timing rod was thrown.

A moving part of a firearm that strikes the firing pin to discharge a gun
To strike repeatedly with a hammer, some other implement, the fist, etc
A device made of a heavy steel ball attached to a length of wire, and used for throwing
To hit particularly hard
A frisbee throwing style in which the disc is held upside-down with a forehand grip and thrown above the head
To emphasize a point repeatedly
In a piano or dulcimer, a piece of wood covered in felt that strikes the string
The last rock in an end
The malleus
To defeat (a person, a team) resoundingly

We hammered them 5-0!.

A tool with a heavy head and a handle used for pounding
{n} an instrument to drive nails by
{v} to beat with a hammer, labor, work
That part of a gunlock which strikes the percussion cap, or firing pin; the cock; formerly, however, a piece of steel covering the pan of a flintlock musket and struck by the flint of the cock to ignite the priming
If you hammer on a surface, you hit it several times in order to make a noise, or to emphasize something you are saying when you are angry. We had to hammer and shout before they would open up A crowd of reporters was hammering on the door He hammered his two clenched fists on the table. = pound + hammering ham·mer·ing As he said it, there was a hammering outside
a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking
In sports, if you say that one player or team hammered another, you mean that the first player or team defeated the second completely and easily. He hammered the young Austrian player in four straight sets. = thrash + hammering ham·mer·ing Our cricketers are suffering their ritual hammering at the hands of the Aussies. = thrashing
An instrument for driving nails, beating metals, and the like, consisting of a head, usually of steel or iron, fixed crosswise to a handle
an overhead throw with a forehand grip in which the frisbee is released at an angle so that it flattens out and flies upside down
In athletics, a hammer is a heavy weight on a piece of wire, which the athlete throws as far as possible. The hammer also refers to the sport of throwing the hammer
A low-level debugger for Newton development that runs on a Macintosh Used to debug C, C++, or ARM Assembler code that runs on a Newton See also Newtsbug
Originally employed as a weapon of war, the modern hammer is used as a kind of divining rod to locate expensive car parts not far from the object we are trying to hit
To be busy forming anything; to labor hard as if shaping something with a hammer
A lever that is swung around by spring pressure to strike the firing pin of a weapon
the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows); "the sudden hammer of fists caught him off guard"; "the pounding of feet on the hallway"
If you hammer something such as an idea into people or you hammer at it, you keep repeating it forcefully so that it will have an effect on people. He hammered it into me that I had not suddenly become a rotten goalkeeper Recent advertising campaigns from the industry have hammered at these themes
To form in the mind; to shape by hard intellectual labor; usually with out
To shoot puck hard
If you hammer an object such as a nail, you hit it with a hammer. To avoid damaging the tree, hammer a wooden peg into the hole Builders were still hammering outside the window. Hammer in means the same as hammer. The workers kneel on the ground and hammer the small stones in. + hammering ham·mer·ing The noise of hammering was dulled by the secondary glazing
To form or forge with a hammer; to shape by beating
the ossicle attached to the eardrum
the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows); "the sudden hammer of fists caught him off guard"; "the pounding of feet on the hallway" a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking a power tool for drilling rocks a striker that is covered in felt and that causes the piano strings to vibrate the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled a heavy metal sphere attached to a flexible wire; used in the hammer throw an athletic competition in which a heavy metal ball that is attached to a flexible wire is hurled as far as possible beat with or as if with a hammer; "hammer the metal flat
An over head pass usually accompanying panic and a stall count of 9
{f} hit or strike with a hammer; forcefully persuade, argue strongly; defeat, beat (in competition, battle, etc.)
A hammer is a tool used to bang on things with a weighty head and a light handle extending at right angles to the head It is used by holding the handle and swinging the weighted end and letting the momentum of the head do the work that a stone held in the hand could not Hammers range in weight from a few ounces in a jewelers hammer to many pounds in a full sized sledge A common size for daily use is 16 ounces A hammer may have two striking faces, which may be similar or different, or it may have one striking face with the other replaced with some other useful addition, such as the claw hammer which has two curved blades with a V-shaped groove that will catch on nails so they can be pulled out using the lever action of the handle Other relatively common hammers include tack, bodywork, framing, and sledge
v To ride fast and hard
The weight of head and handle is usually not less than 16 pounds
an athletic competition in which a heavy metal ball that is attached to a flexible wire is hurled as far as possible
The last stone of an end
create by hammering; "hammer the silver into a bowl"; "forge a pair of tongues"
To strike repeated blows, literally or figuratively
hand tool used for pounding and surface inspection
an overhead throw with a forehand grip in which the frisbee is relesed at an angle so that it flattens out and flies upside down
code name for AMD's first fully 64bit CPU It is currently expected to sample in early 2001 and ship late 2001 Update 2002 Hammer is currently slated to ship in Q4 2002 This is the desktop/workstation version code name ClawHammer with an expected official name of Athlon XP 64 The server version will debut in the first half of 2003 It is code name SledgeHammer and the product name is Opteron
{i} tool with a hard solid head (used to beat, pound, drive nails, etc.)
the last rock of each end
If you say that someone hammers another person, you mean that they attack, criticize, or punish the other person severely. The report hammers the private motorist + hammering ham·mer·ing Parents have taken a terrible hammering
To ride very hard, at the limit of one's capabilities
The first month of the year Commonly referred to as "Deepwinter"
a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking a power tool for drilling rocks a striker that is covered in felt and that causes the piano strings to vibrate the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled a heavy metal sphere attached to a flexible wire; used in the hammer throw an athletic competition in which a heavy metal ball that is attached to a flexible wire is hurled as far as possible beat with or as if with a hammer; "hammer the metal flat
If you say that someone was going at something hammer and tongs, you mean that they were doing it with great enthusiasm or energy. He loved gardening. He went at it hammer and tongs as soon as he got back from work
The last shot of the end
1 What other teams do to BioHazard on occasion
To beat with a hammer; to beat with heavy blows; as, to hammer iron
1 Device used to secure nails into things like wood and actor's eyes 2 What techie imposters use to secure screws
A spherical weight attached to a flexible handle and hurled from a mark or ring
[1] A hand tool with a metal head and a handle It is used to force one item against or through another Several types of hammers are available: air hammer ball peen hammer ballpein hammer ball pien hammer blacksmith hammer body hammer brass hammer bricklayer hammer bumping hammer caulking hammer chipping hammer claw hammer club hammer copper-faced hammer deadblow hammer demolition hammer drilling hammer drywall hammer fender bumping hammer finish hammer framing hammer grooving hammer machinists' hammer nail hammer nylon hammer panel hammer peen hammer pein hammer pick and finishing hammer pick hammer planishing hammer prospector's pick ripping hammer riveting hammer rotary hammer rubber mallet shingler's hammer shingler's hammer shrinking hammer sledge hammer slide hammer soft face hammer tack hammer tile setter hammer tinner's hammer tinner's hammer two-way hammer wide-nose peen hammer wing bumping hammer and wood mallet
another of the three bones of hearing in the middle ear which helps transmit sound waves from the outer ear to the cochlea Also called malleus
The padded mallet of a piano, which strikes the wires, to produce the tones
the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled
Also, a person or thing that smites or shatters; as, St
If you say that something goes, comes, or is under the hammer, you mean that it is going to be sold at an auction. Ian Fleming's original unpublished notes are to go under the hammer at London auctioneers Sotheby's. Tool for pounding or delivering repeated blows. Hand hammers have a handle and striking head. Surfaces of hammerheads vary in size, angle of orientation to the handle (parallel or inclined), and type of face (flat or convex). Carpenters' hammers often have a claw on the head for extracting nails. Weights range from a few ounces or grams up to 15 lbs (7 kg) for hammers used in breaking stones. Steam hammers often use, in addition to gravity, a downward thrust from a steam-activated piston. Pneumatic (air-driven) hammers include the hammer drill, for rock and concrete, and the riveting hammer, for construction operations involving steel girders and plate. Carolus Martellus Charles the Hammer hammer throw Hammer Armand hammer beam roof hammered dulcimer
Harsh penalty set by Congress if a regulatory agency does not achieve a statutory objective
Augustine was the hammer of heresies
Originally employed as a weapon of war, the hammer nowadays is used as a kind of divining rod to locate expensive car parts not far from the object we are trying to hit
beat with or as if with a hammer; "hammer the metal flat"
Something which in form or action resembles the common hammer That part of a clock which strikes upon the bell to indicate the hour
If you say that businesses are being hammered, you mean that they are being unfairly harmed, for example by a change in taxes or by bad economic conditions. The company has been hammered by the downturn in the construction and motor industries
hammer and sickle
in Soviet iconography, the symbols of industry and agriculture
hammer and tongs
With tools indicating seriousness of intent and capability of harm

When they had an argument they went at it hammer and tongs.

hammer dulcimer
Alternative form of hammered dulcimer
hammer headline
A larger headline above a smaller main headline; it uses just a few words in a larger font size
hammer home
To repeatedly or continually emphasise (an opinion or idea) until or so that a person or group of people understands it

The politicians seem to think that they have to hammer home every policy for the public to understand it: I would have thought we're more intelligent than that.

hammer out
To come to an agreement after much arguing

Two years after the flood, my lawyer managed to hammer out a settlement with my insurance company over the damages.

hammer throw
An athletic throwing event where the object to be thrown is a heavy steel ball attached with wire (maximum length 4 ft (1.22 m)) to a handle
hammer toe
A deformity of the second, third, or fourth toe causing it to be permanently bent at the first joint, resembling a hammer
hammer-on
A stringed instrument playing technique performed (especially on guitar) by sharply bringing a fretting-hand finger down on the fingerboard behind a fret, causing a note to sound

The virtuoso guitarist played a number of hammer-ons.

hammer into
repeat something over a period of time to make someone remember it
Hammer film
a horror film produced by a British company called Hammer Film Productions during the 1950s and 1960s. The films were often based on well-known stories, such as those about Dracula and Frankenstein
Hammer of the Scots
(nickname for) King Edward I of England (1239 - 1307) who tried to subdue the Scots by force and impose his authority on them
hammer an idea into one's head
repeat an idea over and over
hammer and sickle
An emblem of the Communist movement signifying the alliance of workers and peasants
hammer and sickle
symbol of a crossed hammer and sickle representing the worker and the farmer (part of the flag of the former Soviet Union)
hammer and sickle
the emblem on the flag of the Soviet Union
hammer and tongs
With tremendous energy or effort; vigorously: worked hammer and tongs to meet the deadline
hammer at
work hard, toil laboriously, make persistent attempts
hammer away
work hard, toil laboriously, make persistent attempts
hammer away
If you hammer away at an idea or subject, you keep talking about it, especially because you disapprove of it. They also hammered away at Labor's plans to raise taxes
hammer away
If you hammer away at a task or activity, you work at it constantly and with great energy. Palmer kept hammering away at his report
hammer break
An interrupter in which contact is broken by the movement of an automatically vibrating hammer between a contact piece and an electromagnet, or of a rapidly moving piece mechanically driven
hammer drill
or rotary drill A tool for drilling into masonry It looks like an oversized electric drill and hammers rapidly while it turns the bit
hammer drill
electric hand drill that hammers as well as rotates
hammer drill
Tool resembling an oversized electric drill used for drilling into masonry As it turns the bit, it hammers rapidly
hammer in
teach by drills and repetition
hammer in
see hammer 2
hammer lock
A hold in which an arm of one contestant is held twisted and bent behind his back by his opponent
hammer mill
A high-speed machine that uses hammers and cutters to crush, grind, chip, or shred solid waste Source: US EPA
hammer mill
A high-speed machine that uses hammers and cutters to crush, grind, chip, or shred solid waste
hammer mill
Synonym of mill Header "A system comprising various elements; generally a channel for collecting and conveying water from minor canals to the turbines" Heated greenhouse A greenhouse which is naturally heated Heater A machine used to raise the kiln temperature to bake materials Heavy cloth Carded wool fabric for overcoats and heavy clothes Hopper A kind of collecting container in the shape of an enormous funnel where the material to be ground is introduced Hydraulic press A hydraulic-powered machine for pressing cloth Hydraulic turbine A driving machine consisting of a rotating component (rotor) operated by a fluid The rotor is made of a disc having protruding edges on which water (steam or gas) pressure is exercised It transforms the kinetic energy of the water into mechanical or electric energy
hammer out
discuss vehemently in order to reach a solution or an agreement; "The leaders of the various Middle Eastern countries are trying to hammer out a peace agreement"
hammer out
fashion, form, shape
hammer out
If people hammer out an agreement or treaty, they succeed in producing it after a long or difficult discussion. I think we can hammer out a solution
hammer throw
Athletic event in which a hammer is thrown for distance. The hammer consists of a 16-lb (7.26-kg) metal ball attached to a spring steel wire handle that measures not more than 4 ft (1.2 m) in length. The thrower makes three full, quick turns of the body before flinging the hammer. The sport developed centuries ago in the British Isles; it has been a regular part of track-and-field competitions there since 1866 and an Olympic sport since 1900
hammer throwing
athletic field event in which a metal ball fixed to flexible handle is thrown for distance
hammer toe
Deformity of the toe whereby there is PIP flexion and DIP extension The MTP is usually extended or neutral
hammer toe
Condition when the first digit of a toe is at a different angle than the remaining digits of the same toe
hammer toe
a permanent sideways bend in the middle toe joint
hammer toe
A tightening of ligaments and tendons causing the toe joints to buckle, forcing the toe upward and leading to shoe abrasion, inflammation, bursitis, corns or calluses
hammer-beam roof
English medieval timber roof system used when a long span was needed. Not a true truss, the construction is similar to corbeled masonry (see corbel) in that each set of beams steps upward (and inward) by resting on the ones below by means of curved braces and struts. The roof of Richard II's Westminster Hall in London (1402), with a 70-ft (21-m) span, is an excellent example
Hammers
West Ham United Football Club
Thor's hammer
A symbol of the modern faith of Heathenry
Thor's hammer
A ritual tool used for warding in rituals in Heathenry
Thor's hammer
The weapon of the Norse thundergod Thor
Thor's hammer
A hammer shaped amulet showing dedication to the god Thor in Heathenry
Thor's hammer
A swastika
Thor's hammer
The thunderbolt weapon of the god Thor in Heathenry
Warrington hammer
a hammer with a blade-like peen at right angles to the haft, used by carpenters
ball-peen hammer
A hammer having, besides the normal flat head, an opposite, rounded or peening head
ball-pein hammer
Alternative spelling of ball-peen hammer
between the hammer and the anvil
Having the choice between two unpleasant or distasteful options; in a predicament or quandary

Yet for a time the nation was again placed between the democracy of the levellers and the despotism of the Stuarts, — between the hammer and the anvil.

bush hammer
A square-headed hammer with spikes used in stoneworking to either even the surface before polishing, or give it a pockmarked and weathered aspect
claw hammer
Any size hammer with 2 prongs protruding back from the head to allow for removing nails from wood
cross peen hammer
a hammer with a blade-like peen at right angles to the haft, used by carpenters
hammered
drunk
if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail
If a person is familiar with a certain, single subject/has with them a certain, single instrument, they may have a confirmation bias to believe that it is the answer to/involved in everything
if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail
With limited tools, single-minded people apply them inappropriately or indiscriminately
put the hammer down
To drive quickly; to step on the accelerator
reflex hammer
A tool used by physician to hit the body and test for certain reflexes
steam hammer
An industrial machine designed to produce a hammer action through steam power
straight peen hammer
a hammer with a blade-like peen parallel to the haft, used by carpenters
trip hammer
A powered machine used in a forge which repeatedly strikes work placed on an anvil
war hammer
A medieval hammer-like weapon used in close combat
water hammer
A surge of pressure in a pipe carrying a fluid; especially the banging sound in a steam or hot water pipe caused by bubbles of air, or by an abrupt alteration of the flow
under the hammer
For sale at auction
come under the hammer
[for something] to be auctioned
go under the hammer
[for something] to be auctioned
hammering
{n} a beating with a hammer
ball peen hammer
A hammer having a hemispherical peen at one end of its head
hammered
shaped or worked with a hammer and often showing hammer marks; "a bowl of hammered brass"
hammered
very drunk, pissed, sloshed. - You were hammered, so I took your keys and drove you home
reflex hammer
A reflex hammer is a medical instrument used by physicians to test deep tendon reflexes. Testing for reflexes is an important part of the neurological physical examination in order to detect abnormalities in the central or peripheral nervous system
water hammer
(Bilim, İlim) Water hammer (or, more generally, fluid hammer) is a pressure surge or wave caused by the kinetic energy of a fluid in motion when it is forced to stop or change direction suddenly. It depends on the fluid compressibility where there are sudden changes in pressure. For example, if a valve is closed suddenly at an end of a pipeline system a water hammer wave propagates in the pipe. Moving water in a pipe has kinetic energy proportional to the mass of the water in a given volume times the square of the velocity of the water
water hammer
A banging noise heard in a water pipe following an abrupt alteration of the flow with resultant pressure surges
Hammers
the informal name for West Ham football club
Hammers
A surname
Hammers
West Ham United Football Club"
hammered
A person gets "hammered" when beaten decisively; particularly if the opponent is using a ball from Faball
hammered
very drunk
hammered
The striking of a coin by placing a blank or flan horizontally between two dies and then striking the back of the top die with a hammer Last used in Australia to produce the Dump and Holey Dollar, the technique has now been replaced by the Coining Press
hammered
simple past of hammer
hammered
Announcement in the market of the name of a member who cannot meet his commitments to other members From this moment Stock Exchange debtors and creditors to the defaulter are created All open transaction are closed at prices determined by the committee after returns of all open transactions have been made These ‘making up’ prices are based on prices ruling on the day of the default (In the early days the attention of members to the announcements of a default was attracted by striking three blows on a rostrum with a wooden hammer )
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hammered
shaped or worked with a hammer and often showing hammer marks; "a bowl of hammered brass
hammered
Totally exhausted
hammering
present participle of hammer
hammering
{i} act of striking with hammer; act of hitting or striking repeatedly
hammering
the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows); "the sudden hammer of fists caught him off guard"; "the pounding of feet on the hallway"
hammers
plural of hammer
hammers
third-person singular of hammer
hammer

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    ham·mer

    Türkische aussprache

    hämır

    Aussprache

    /ˈhamər/ /ˈhæmɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'ha-m&r ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English hamer, Old English hamor, from Proto-Germanic *hamaraz (compare Dutch hamer, German Hammer, Swedish hammare), from Proto-Indo-European *ak̑moros (compare Sanskrit aśmará 'stony'), from *h₂ékmōn 'stone' (compare Lithuanian akmuõ, Serbo-Croatian kamēn, Albanian kmesë 'sickle', Ancient Greek ἄκμων (akmōn) 'meteor rock, anvil', Avestan asman, Sanskrit अश्मन् (aśman)), from *h₂ék̑- 'sharp'. More at edge.

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