drill

listen to the pronunciation of drill
İngilizce - Türkçe
delmek
delgi
matkap

Kapıyı matkapla delemem. Bu Ken'in işi. - I cannot drill the door. This is Ken's job.

Bu matkapla gürültü yapıyorum. - I am making noise with this drill.

talim
tatbikat

Bugün bir yangın tatbikatı yaptığımızı duydum. - I hear we're having a fire drill today.

Dün bir yangın tatbikatı yaptık. - We had a fire drill yesterday.

(Askeri) eğitim
{f} (matkapla) delmek
burgulamak
açmak
sondajla açma
(Diş Hekimliği) frez
alıştırma yapmak
alıştırma yaptırmak
sondaj

Onlar petrol için sondaj yapmaya niyetlendiler. - They intended to drill for oil.

Tom'un şirketi petrol için sondaj yapıyor. - Tom's company is drilling for oil.

sondalamak
{f} tohum ekmek
talim yaptırmak
{f} del

Kapıyı matkapla delemem. Bu Ken'in işi. - I cannot drill the door. This is Ken's job.

Onları nerede deldin? - Where did you drill them?

alıştırmak
alıştırma
{f} talim yapmak
(matkapla delik) açmak
öğretmek
eğitmek
Urosalpinx cinerea
{i} tohum yatağı
matkapla delik açma usulü
matkapla delmek
{i} batı afrika mandril maymunu
{i} kaba pamuklu kumaş
(Askeri) EĞİTİM: Ekip halinde çalışmak, kontrol ve disiplini geliştirmek ve kolaylık sağlamak için öğretilen ve tatbikatı yapılan hareketler
{f} çalıştırmak
{i} ask. talim
{f} kuyu açmak
dersi birkaç ker
(Askeri) Eğitim yapmak
{i} tohum ekme makinesi
talim yaptı
{i} tarh
(Tıp) Sert bir maddeyi oyarak delik açmak
{f} ask. talim yaptırmak; talim yapmak
{f} makine ile tohum ekmek
(Tıp) Kemik, diş gibi sert yapı gösteren oluşumu oyarak delmede kullanılan alet, matkap, delgi
{i} diril
{f} sondaj yapmak
{f} delik açmak
{f} sonda ile yoklamak
istiridyeleri yok eden bir çeşit kabuklu deniz hayvanı
(Tarım) ekim makinesi
delik
matkap ucu
(Tekstil) delme makinesi
delmek (matkapla)
delme
matkap ile delik açmak
(Tarım) mibzer
egzersiz
(Diş Hekimliği) delici
sondaj aleti
eker
drill seeder
Mibzer, bir tür tohum ekme aracı
drill a hole
delik delmek
drill bit set
matkap takımı
drill bits
matkap uçları
drill boat
(Askeri) sondaj botu
drill call
(Askeri) eğitim borusu
drill camp
(Askeri) eğitim kampı
drill chuck
(Mekanik) mandren
drill cradle
(Madencilik) deler çekiç kundağı
drill cradle
(Madencilik) marto perforator kundağı
drill drift
mandren kaması
drill field
talim meydanı
drill file
(Mekanik) delik tesviye eğesi
drill foreman
şef sondör
drill foreman
sondaj ustabaşısı
drill head
matkap kafası
drill hole
sondaj deliği
drill ice
buz dağı
drill ice
aysberg
drill into
(Bilgisayar) ayrıntıya git
drill oil
petrol çıkarmak
drill out
(Bilgisayar) ayrıntıdan çık
drill pattern
(Jeoloji) delik düzeni
drill pipe
sondaj pompası
drill point
(Mekanik) matkap ucu
drill post
matkap desteği
drill press
matkap tezgahı
drill rods
matkap mili (sondaj)
drill shank
(Otomotiv) matkap kolu
drill ship
sondaj gemisi
drill stem
delgi gövdesi
drill stem
delgi çubuğu
drill string
(İnşaat) sondaj düzeneği
drill string
(İnşaat) sondaj tertibatı
drill bit
matkap ağzı
drill bit
matkap ucu
drill brace
matkap kolu
drill bushing
matkap kılavuz kovanı
drill cartridge
manevra fişeği
drill chuck
matkap aynası
drill plough
mibzerli pulluk
drill sergeant
talim çavuşu
drill socket
matkap kovanı
drill steel
matkap çeliği
drill steel
burgu çeliği
drill down
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarda alt klasörlere veya bir veritabanında alt seviyedeki verilere erişim sağlamak
drill for
için matkap
drill in
içinde matkap
drill instructor
matkap eğitmen
drill jig
jig matkap
drill performance
(Mühendislik) matkap verimi
drill press
Dik matkap
drill tower
matkap kulesi
drill ammunition
(Askeri) EĞİTİM CEPHANESİ: Eğitimde kullanılan ve içinde paralama barutu bulunmayan cephane. Buna "dummy ammunition" da denir
drill bit
kaya burgusu
drill call
(Askeri) EĞİTİM BORUSU: Eğitime başlamak için çalınan boru işareti
drill chuck
matkap başı
drill for oil
petrol kuyusu açmak
drill for oil
petrol çıkarma
drill ground
askeri eğitim alanı
drill ground
talim sahası
drill hand grenade
(Askeri) Eğitim el bombası
drill master
(Askeri) eğitim öğretmeni
drill master
(Askeri) EĞİTİM ÖĞRETMENİ: Erlere eğitim yaptıran şahıs
drill sergeant
eğitim çavuşu
drill socket
matkap kovam
fire drill
yangın tatbikatı

Bugün bir yangın tatbikatı yaptığımızı duydum. - I hear we're having a fire drill today.

Dün bir yangın tatbikatı yaptık. - We had a fire drill yesterday.

action drill
(Askeri) tatbikat
core drill
karotiyer
core drill
(Mekanik) delik genişletici
core drill
karot matkap
drill bit
matkap
drilled
delinmiş
drilled
(Bilgisayar) delikli
driller
delme makinesi
drilling
delen
drilling
delici
drilling
sondaj çalışması
drilling
matkap
drilling
delik açma
drilling
diril
drilling
makkap
drills
matkap
drills
(Otomotiv) matkap uçları
mounted drill
(Askeri) atlı eğitim
percussion drill
darbeli sondaj
seed drill machine
(Tarım) tohum ekmek makinesi
step drill
(Mekanik) kademeli matkap
twist drill
(Mekanik,Teknik) helisel matkap
bench drill
masa matkabı
blunt drill
kör burgu
brace drill
matkap kolu
breast drill
göğüs matkabı
chain drill
zincirli matkap makinesi
diamond drill
elmaslı matkap
diamond drill
elmas uçlu delici
double chamfered drill
çift ağızlı matkap
driller
lağımcı
driller
matkap makinesi
driller
sondaj işçisi
driller
delici
driller
delme makinası
drilling
{f} del

Biz çatıyı deliyoruz. - We are drilling the roof.

drilling
sondajlama
drilling
sondaj yapma
electric drill
çıngılı matkap
electric drill
matkap

Beton sert olduğu zaman pim keski yerine elektrikli matkap kullanırız. - When the concrete is hard, we use an electric drill instead of a pin chisel.

fire drill
yangından kaçma talimi
grain drill
mibzer
hand drill
el matkabı
hexagonal drill steel
altıgen burgu çubuğu
impact drill
vurgulu delici
machine drill
marto perforatör
machine drill
deler çekiç
metal drill
maden matkabı
percussion drill
darbeli delici
percussion drill
vurgulu delici
pneumatic drill
pnömatik matkap
rock drill
kaya delici
rotary drill
döner matkap
seed drill
tohum mibzeri
seed drill
tohumeker
stop drill
faturalı matkap
straight flute drill
düz oluklu matkap
twist drill
matkap
ultrasonic drill
ültrasonik matkap
You know the drill
(deyim) Sen ne yapacağını biliyorsun
box column drill
kutusunda sütun matkap
center drill
(Mühendislik) punta matkabı
double margin drill
(Mühendislik) çift zırhlı matkap
drilling
delerek
evacuation drill
tahliye tatbikatı
gun drill
(Mühendislik) namlu matkabı
know the drill
(deyim) Ne yapılacağını bilmek, yapılması gerekeni bilmek
masonry drill
duvar delme
pillar drill
sütunlu matkap
reversing hammer drill
darbeli matkap geri
seed drill
mibzer
sensitive drill
hassas matkap
taper pin drill
konik pim matkabı
thermal drill
termik burgu, ışıl burgu
upright drill
(Mühendislik) sütunlu matkap
zipper drill
fermuğarı delmek
bench drill
tezgah delgisi
blast hole drill
patlatma deliği açan uç
burr drill
delgi
chain drill
(Dilbilim) zincirleme alıştırma
close order drill
(Askeri) Yanaşık düzen eğitimi
column drill
dikeçli delici
combat drill
(Askeri) dağınık düzen eğitimi
combat drill
(Askeri) DAĞINIK DÜZEN EĞİTİMİ: Küçük bir birliği muharebede kullanacağı düzen ve hareketlere alıştırmak için yapılan eğitim. Dağınık düzen eğitimi, genellikle, dağınık düzende, geniş aralık ve mesafelerle yapılır. Ayrıca bakınız: "close order drill"
countersink drill
havsa matkabı
diamond drill
elmas delgi
disaster drill
afet tatbikatı
disaster fighting drill
afete müdahale tatbikatı
do arms drill
silâh talimi yapmak
drilling
{i} delme
drilling
{i} talim
electric drill
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektrikli delgi
electric drill
(İnşaat) elektrikli matkap

Beton sert olduğu zaman pim keski yerine elektrikli matkap kullanırız. - When the concrete is hard, we use an electric drill instead of a pin chisel.

İngilizce - İngilizce
A strong, durable cotton fabric with a strong bias (diagonal) in the weave
A tool used to remove material so as to create a hole, typically by plunging a rotating cutting bit into a stationary workpiece

Wear safety glasses when operating an electric drill.

The portion of a drilling tool that drives the bit

Use a drill with a wire brush to remove any rust or buildup.

To practice, especially in a military context

They drilled daily to learn the routine exactly.

An activity done as an exercise or practice (especially a military exercise)

Regular fire drills can ensure that everyone knows how to exit safely in an emergency.

Any of several molluscs, of the genus Urosalpinx, that drill holes in the shells of other animals
To cause one's subordinates to drill (2)

The sergeant was up by 6:00 every morning, drilling his troops.

To create (a hole) by removing material with a drill (1)

Drill a small hole to start the screw in the right direction.

To investigate or examine something in more detail or at a different level

Drill deeper and you may find the underlying assumptions faulty.

To hit or kick with a lot of power

Without compromising he drilled the ball home, leaving Dynamos' ill-fated keeper diving for fresh air.

To repeat an idea frequently in order to encourage someone to remember it

The instructor drilled into us the importance of reading the instructions.

An Old World monkey of West Africa, Mandrillus leucophaeus, similar in appearance to the mandrill, but lacking the colorful face
{n} a sharp instrument, small furrow, baboon
{v} to bore, cut, delay, drag slowly, range
A drill is a way that teachers teach their students something by making them repeat it many times. The teacher runs them through a drill -- the days of the week, the weather and some counting
To sow in furrows
A marine gastropod, of several species, which kills oysters and other bivalves by drilling holes through the shell
this refers to stroke drills used to improve the efficiency of your strokes Invest your time wisely when drilling A more efficient stroke allows you to swim with less effort, and will help prevent shoulder injuries
Any exercise, physical or mental, enforced with regularity and by constant repetition; as, a severe drill in Latin grammar
To pierce or bore with a drill, or a with a drill; to perforate; as, to drill a hole into a rock; to drill a piece of metal
To practice an exercise or exercises; to train one's self
A light furrow or channel made to put seed into sowing
This term has two applications in the fire service, both related to training A drill can be a class given at the station on how to use a certain piece of equipment or how to conduct various aspects of firefighting A drill could also be a response by fire apparatus from one or more departments to a simulated incident A simulated fire is sometimes called an exercise
Process of forming holes by mechanical, laser or plasma means
You can drill to see the information in a report in different levels of detail Drill relationships between items are defined by the Data Query Administrator
similar to the mandrill but smaller and less brightly colored
To cause ones subordinates to drill (2)
A short tactical exercise [ Return to Top ]
To cause to slip or waste away by degrees
To cut or bore a hole in coal, ore or rock for blasting, exploration or other purpose
undergo military training or do military exercises
a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
(military) the training of soldiers to march (as in ceremonial parades) or to perform the manual of arms
drill a strong denim-like material with a diagonal 2 x 1 weave running toward the left salvage Drill is often called khaki when it is dyed that color
To sow, as seeds, by dribbling them along a furrow or in a row, like a trickling rill of water
The most destructive kind is Urosalpinx cinerea
(military) the training of soldiers to march (as in ceremonial parades) or to perform the manual of arms similar to the mandrill but smaller and less brightly colored a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows) train in the military, e
The act or exercise of training soldiers in the military art, as in the manual of arms, in the execution of evolutions, and the like; hence, diligent and strict instruction and exercise in the rudiments and methods of any business; a kind or method of military exercises; as, infantry drill; battalion drill; artillery drill
To entice; to allure from step; to decoy; with on
A small trickling stream; a rill
a tool used for making small round holes in wood, plastic and metal
A drill is repeated training for a group of people, especially soldiers, so that they can do something quickly and efficiently. The Marines carried out a drill that included 18 ships and 90 aircraft
An instrument with an edged or pointed end used for making holes in hard substances; strictly, a tool that cuts with its end, by revolving, as in drilling metals, or by a succession of blows, as in drilling stone; also, a drill press
practicing the basic maneuvers of infantry [or cavalry] Drill can be done at the Company, Battalion or Regimental level
A drill is a routine exercise or activity, in which people practise what they should do in dangerous situations. a fire drill. air-raid drills. Durable cotton or linen twill of varying weights, generally used for work clothes. A baboon (Papio leucophaeus) of western Africa, related to and resembling the mandrill. Tool to make holes, usually by revolving. Drills, gimlets, and augers have cutting edges that detach material to leave a hole. Drilling usually requires high speed and low torque, with little material being removed during each revolution of the tool. The earliest (perhaps Bronze Age) drill points had sharp edges that ultimately developed into arrow shapes with two distinct cutting edges. This shape was effective and remained popular until the late 19th century, when factory-made, spiral-fluted twist drills became available at reasonable cost to displace the blacksmith-made articles. Rotating drill bits containing diamonds or other hard materials are used for drilling rock, as for tunnels or oil wells. See also drill press. In military science, the preparation of soldiers for performance of their duties through the practice of prescribed movements. It trains soldiers in battle formations, familiarizes them with their weapons, and develops a sense of teamwork and discipline. Today close-order drill is used for marching, ceremonies, and parades; combat drill is used to practice the looser routines of battle. It was introduced by the Greeks, who practiced the maneuvers of the phalanx. Careful training of the legions was a major factor in the Roman Empire's dominance. After Rome's decline, drill largely disappeared and battles became free-for-all combats. Gustav II Adolf of Sweden led in reintroducing drill techniques in early 17th-century Europe. Large, short-tailed monkey (Mandrillus leucophaeus, family Cercopithecidae). Formerly found from Nigeria to Cameroon, it is now restricted to remote forest regions of Cameroon because of hunting and deforestation. Like the related mandrill, the drill is stout-bodied and has vividly coloured buttocks. The male is about 32 in. (82 cm) long and has a black face. Its lower lip is bright red, the hairs around the face and a tuft behind the ears are yellowish white, and the rest of the fur is olive-brown. An omnivore, it is mainly terrestrial, gregarious, and powerful, and it can fight ferociously if molested
In the printing arena, to drill a whole in a printed matter
A disciplined, repetitious exercise to teach and perfect a skill or procedure; e g , fire, man overboard, abandon ship A standardized, instantaneous, and instinctive action or procedure which is a trained response to a stimulus; e g , enemy action, leader's order See battle drill
The actual drilling of holes into paper for ring or comb binding
An implement for making holes for sowing seed, and sometimes so formed as to contain seeds and drop them into the hole made
{f} bore a hole; practice, train; sow seeds in rows
Fibre: Cotton Weave: Twill Left-hand twill From top left to lower right L2/1 or L3/1 Characteristics Closer, flatter wales that ganardine Medium weight and course yarns are used Also made in some other weights Some left in the grey but can be bleached or dyed When dyed a khaki colour it is known by that name Uses: Uniforms, work clothes, slip covers, sportswear, and many industrial uses
Drilling holes to accommodate a loose left binder It doesn't have to be three holes; we do one to seven
in the use of weapons undergo military training or do military exercises learn by repetition; "We drilled French verbs every day"; "Pianists practice scales"
An exercise involving a portion or part of a stoke, used to improve technique
A row of seed sown in a furrow
A piece of equipment for seeding that is pulled behind a tractor The drill is used to plant wheat and other small seed crops It makes a long groove in the soil, drops the seeds into it and then covers and firms the soil above the seed
an exercise designed primarily to improve the technique of a swimmer Many drills focus on a single aspect of a stroke or stroke technique A commonly-used drill is swimming freestyle with one arm only
A tool used for perforating wood, bone, and soft stone
To create a hole by removing material with a drill (1)
When you drill into something or drill a hole in something, you make a hole in it using a drill. He drilled into the wall of Lili's bedroom I drilled five holes at equal distance
To trickle
systematic training by multiple repetitions; "practice makes perfect"
teach by repetition
make a hole with a pointed power or hand tool; "don't drill here, there's a gas pipe"; "drill a hole into the wall"; "drill for oil"
A large African baboon (Cynocephalus leucophæus)
To train in the military art; to exercise diligently, as soldiers, in military evolutions and exercises; hence, to instruct thoroughly in the rudiments of any art or branch of knowledge; to discipline
The movement of the band on the field Written as pictures, it tells each student where they are supposed to be positioned at any given point in time during the show The students learn it in "pages", and it usually takes all summer for them to put it together
To cause to flow in drills or rills or by trickling; to drain by trickling; as, waters drilled through a sandy stratum
A machine utilizing rotation, percussion (hammering), or a combination of both to make holes If the hole is much over 0 4m in diameter, the machine is called a borer
{i} tool for drilling holes; practice, training; furrow; seeding machine; row of seeds in a furrow
drill bit
Any other style of cutter, for example a spade drill, that is rotated and fed in a similar manner as a twist drill to of cut a hole in metal, wood or other materials
drill bit
A twist drill
drill bits
plural form of drill bit
drill core
The long cylinder of material obtained by use of a core drill
drill cores
plural form of drill core
drill down
an internal competition used to practice marching commands, in which the last person caught improperly executing a command wins

We knew someone had lost when the last two people in the drill down ended up facing each other.

drill down
to examine information at another level or in greater detail; especially in a database, to navigate to a more detailed level or record

From the employee list, you can drill down to find addresses and pay history.

drill downs
plural form of drill down
drill in
To cause (the object in question) to move very rapidly

I drilled in a left-foot strike from outside the box.

drill instructor
The generic term for the principal instructor of fresh military recruits undergoing basic training in the various branches of the United States military, routinely abbreviated to the initialism DI; always filled by enlisted personnel (a sergeant or petty officer)

Coast Guard: company commander.

drill instructors
plural form of drill instructor
drill jig
A type of jig that expedites repetitive hole center location on multiple interchangeable parts by acting as a template to guide the twist drill into the precise location of each intended hole center
drill jigs
plural form of drill jig
drill press
A machine tool in which a rotating cutter, usually a twist drill, is pushed into a workpiece to produce a hole
drill sergeant
drill instructor
drill down
(Bilgisayar) access data in a lower level of a hierarchically structured database
drill in
(deyim) Instill

His mother had drilled politeness into him.

drill rod
(Mühendislik) A high-grade steel used in tools and dies that is made by fusing low-carbon steel with charcoal or cast iron. Formerly prepared in a graphite crucible, it is now produced in an electric furnace. Also called crucible steel and drill rod
drill bit
- a drilling tool coated with diamonds which cuts through rock
drill bit
A three-coned roller type bit assembly that cuts the hole in the earth
drill bit
The part of the drilling tool that cuts through rock strata
drill bit
A helically grooved steel tool used to cut holes Bits are generally used in a hand brace, lathe, press, or flexible shaft Drop hammer A large hydraulically, electrically, or pneumatically powered hammer used in blacksmithing or to exert great force against dies to create specific shapes
drill bit
The part of the drilling tool that actually cuts through the rock Drill bits bore a hole into soil, sand or rock by a combination of crushing and shearing actions Drill bits used for extra-hard rock are studded with thousands of tiny industrial diamonds, the hardest substances known
drill bit
{i} drilling bit, bit for drilling oil
drill bit
a bit used in drilling for oil
drill bomb
bomb which is less expensive and less powerful than a real bomb and is used during training exercises
drill chuck
{i} chuck used to hold a drill bit
drill down
A term used to express what a surfer does as he or she goes further into a web site -- deeper into the back pages, deeper into data Make certain that when someone takes the time to "drill down" into your site that they come back with information worth digging for
drill down
The activity of navigating from high level data to detailed data (e g summary level to atomic level) using a data query/analysis tool
drill down
The act of moving from a display of summary data to more detail Commonly used in examining data in a data warehouse or OLAP application See Roll-up
drill down
1 To increase the amount of detail about a topic, the amount of additional detail is relative to the starting level
drill down
Used to indicate movement from a broader or more general folder to a less general (more specific) folder Suppose your C: drive contains a folder named ASI490, and within that folder are folders named Word Processing, Spreadsheets and Databases Within the Word Processing folder are files named Assn1 doc and Assn2 doc From My Computer, you might click on Drive C: , then "drill down" to the ASI490 folder, drill down further to the Word Processing folder, and finally click Assn2 doc It's similar to providing the DOS path to the file: C: \ASI490\Word Processing\Assn2 doc
drill down
and Drill Up
drill down
the process where users can find increasing detail by moving through levels of a database
drill down
The ability to go down to the next level of detail in a set of data For instance, if you’re looking at an expense figure for a division, you can drill down to the expenses for each department in the division
drill down
(Computers) ability to move quickly through a hierarchy of folders or secondary directories
drill down
Drilling down gives you more detail on one category within a level of a dimension For example, if the current level is "years" within the YEAR dimension, drilling down on one category (i e , 1996) will reveal the level of detail below that one category only Each column and row heading is a hyperlink to more detailed information about the category To drill down, simply click your mouse on the hyperlink you wish for more detail about
drill down
to access increasingly detailed data or information, starting from a high level of a hierarchical database or information base Accés en mode descendant
drill down
Drill Down refers to the process of disaggregating summary results along some dimension Disaggregation might be to an intermediate level or to an atomic level, the finest level recorded for the dimension Drilling "through the floor" to the entity level refers to finding the entities that were summarized in a cell at the atomic level
drill down
A term used to express what a surfer does as he or she goes further into a web site-deeper into the back pages, deeper into data
drill down
(adjective: drill-down) a direct manipulation of an element wherein a user follows a relation from one concept to another, resulting in the rendering of one or more elements (see also: roll up)
drill down
Application features that allow progression from a summarized, general level to the detailed transactions and data comprising the totals
drill down
is the process of navigating from a top-level view of, e g , overall sales down through the sales territories, down to the individual sales person level This is a more intuitive way to obtain information at the detail level
drill grenade
fake grenade used in training exercises
drill hole
a hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes
drill instructor
a noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military marching and discipline
drill instructor
A noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military drill and discipline
drill master
a noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military marching and discipline
drill press
A tall upright machine that is useful for suddenly snatching flat metal bar stock out of your hands so that it smacks you in the chest, sending important things you've kept piled safely nearby flying to the far corners of the garage
drill press
A machine for drilling holes in metal, the drill being pressed to the metal by the action of a screw
drill press
A tall upright machine useful for suddenly snatching flat metal bar stock out of your hands so that it smacks you in the chest and flings your beer across the room, splattering it against the Rolling Stones poster over the bench grinder
drill press
A powered vertical drilling machine in which the drill is pressed to the work automatically or by a hand lever. or drilling machine Machine tool for producing holes in hard substances. The drill is held in a rotating spindle and is fed into the workpiece, which is usually clamped in a vise supported on a table. The drill may be gripped in a chuck with three jaws that move radially in unison, or it may have a tapered shank that fits into a tapered hole in the spindle. Means are provided for varying the spindle speed and (on some machines) for automatically feeding the drill into the workpiece. See also boring machine
drill rig
rig used in drilling for oil or gas
drill shell
type of explosive used during training exercises (less expensive and less powerful than a real shell)
drill site
workplace that is the site of a drill hole
drill steel
A high-grade steel used in tools and dies that is made by fusing low-carbon steel with charcoal or cast iron. Formerly prepared in a graphite crucible, it is now produced in an electric furnace. Also called crucible steel
drill steel
carbon steel used for rock drills and dowels
Birkenhead drill
The concept or practice of taking 'women and children first' in an evacuation or rescue
Chinese fire drill
A prank performed while stopped in a car at a red-light; each passenger (including the driver) shouts "Chinese fire drill", exits the vehicle, runs at least once around it, then re-enters, taking a different seat
Chinese fire drill
A silly, pointless exercise
core drill
A device used to remove a cylinder-shaped sample of material for examination
driller
One who drills
driller
A person in charge of a drilling rig
drilling
A long firearm with three (or rarely, four) barrels
drilling
The act of drilling'''
drilling
Present participle of drill
fire drill
any pointless, unproductive, useless, or chaotic activity (sometimes Chinese fire drill, but this usage is becoming outmoded in an age of political correctness)

Since they changed the standards again, our previous efforts now just amount to a fire drill.

fire drill
any chaotic, unexpected activity. (With the dropping of Chinese the phrase has also often lost its pejorative meaning of pointless and unproductive. In this way, fire drill is often used in the same idiomatic way putting out fires or fire fighting is used.)

Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier, I've been involved in a fire drill all afternoon.

fire drill
A rod which is rotated on a flat surface like a drill until it is hot enough to start a fire
fire drill
An organised practice to prepare occupants of an office, school or other public building for evacuation in the event of a fire
khaki drill
a form of British military uniform made of cotton drill, often used in tropical service
match drill
The process of drilling a hole through multiple assembled parts at once, so as to ensure that the parts align properly in the final assembly
oyster drill
A type of snail, Urosalpinx cinerea (and others), that uses its eversible gland to soften its prey's shell, and then drill a hole in the shell to consume the oyster or other shellfish
seed drill
A type of sowing machine
tap drill
The drill that is the correct size to produce the hole for a certain size of tap

The tap drill for a ½-13 UNC tap is either a 0.421 or a 0.437 drill, depending on desired percentage of thread.

twist drill
A rotating cutting tool, used for cutting holes in metal, wood, or other materials, that consists of an essentially conical point, relieved and fluted to form cutting lips, and spiral flutes which direct the chips away from the lips and toward ejection from the hole. Called also a drill bit or drill
evacuation drill
exercise which trains people to exit a facility by the shortest and safest route (in case of an emergency)
substitution drill
A classroom technique used to practise new language that involves the teacher first modelling a word or a sentence and the learners repeating it. The teacher then substitutes one or more key words, or changes the prompt, and the learners say the new structure
You know the drill
(deyim) An expression meaning "You know what to do, no questions required"
know the drill
(deyim) Know what needs to be done or what usually happens in a situation You know the drill - cut the grass, bag the clippings, and leave them at the curb

You know the drill - cut the grass, bag the clippings, and leave them at the curb.

A drill
thrill
air drill
A drill driven by the elastic pressure of condensed air; a pneumatic drill
breast drill
a portable drill with a plate that is pressed against the chest to force the drill point into the work
close-order drill
(military) military drill of troops in standard marching (shoulder-to-shoulder)
counter-drill
drill in an opposite direction
dentist's drill
a high speed drill that dentists use to cut into teeth
diamond drill
rotary drill set with black diamonds at its end (used for perforating and boring in rock)
drilled
trained in a skill by repetitious practice; "well-drilled in military procedures
drilled
past of drill
drilled
trained in a skill by repetitious practice; "well-drilled in military procedures"
drilled
{s} trained in a skill by repetitive practice, exercised; perforated with a drill
driller
One who, or that which, drills
driller
{i} one who uses a drill; machine used for drilling; trainer, one who drills troops or students; one who sows seeds
drillers
plural of driller
drilling
Operation of producing a circular hole by removing solid metal
drilling
Making a round hole or cavity by boring directly into a solid surface with rotating bits
drilling
Piercing a hole in rock In exploration, drilling allows for samples of the rock to be taken In mining, it is used to insert explosives for blasting
drilling
(v) A process that uses a rotating cutting tool to produce holes It can also refer more specifically to a process that produces holes using twist drill bits
drilling
The intensive and repetitive practice of the target language, which may be choral or individual
drilling
The use of such a machine to create holes for exploration or for loading with explosives
drilling
A training by repeated exercises
drilling
An indicator of whether a platform is drilling
drilling
Holes for three ring binding are drilled, rather than punched The standard hole punch used in most offices can only punch a few sheets at a time However, a specialized drilling machine performs the same function on up to 1000 sheets in a single pass
drilling
The act of piercing with a drill
drilling
the act of drilling a hole in the earth in the hope of producing petroleum
drilling
The act of boring a hole through which oil or gas may be produced if encountered in commercial quantities
drilling
Boring into the earth to access geothermal resources, usually with oil and gas drilling equipment that has been modified to meet geothermal requirements
drilling
A firearm with three barrels
drilling
The act of using a drill in sowing seeds
drilling
For sheets to be bound in looseleaf folders or spiral-type bindings Done by a special machine that has a row of drills, which can penetrate a greater thickness of sheets than can punches
drilling
{i} act of boring a hole; hole that has been drilled
drilling
the process by which a hole is bored into the earth, usually to find and remove subsurface formation fluids such as oil and gas
drilling
Fluid: any substance, such as air or gas, water or oil base muds, circulated in a well during drilling operations
drilling
The operation of producing a hole by removing material from a solid mass using a cutting tool called a drill
drilling
the act of making a hole in the ground using mechanical means
drilling
the act of drilling
drilling
Finishing process used to make holes in paper Standard 3-hole, 2-hole, or custom drilling is available in various hole dimensions
drilling
A heavy, twilled fabric of linen or cotton
drilling
The act of boring a hole (1) to determine whether minerals are present in commercially recoverable quantities and (2) to accomplish production of the minerals (including drilling to inject fluids) Exploratory Drilling to locate probable mineral deposits or to establish the nature of geological structures; such wells may not be capable of production if minerals are discovered
drills
plural of , drill
drills
third-person singular of drill
electric drill
a rotating power drill powered by an electric motor
fire drill
exercise conducted in order to test readiness for a fire
fire drill
When there is a fire drill in a particular building, the people who work or live there practise what to do if there is a fire. An exercise in the use of firefighting equipment or the evacuation of a building in case of a fire. an occasion when people pretend that a building is burning and practise leaving it, so that they learn what to do if there is a real fire
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
hand drill
a small portable drill held and operated by hand
military drill
training in marching and the use of weapons
star drill
a steel rock drill with a star-shaped point that is used for making holes in stones or masonry; it is operated by hitting the end with a hammer while rotating it between blows
traverse drill
A machine tool for drilling slots, in which the work or tool has a lateral motion back and forth; also, a drilling machine in which the spindle holder can be adjusted laterally
drill