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The knob on the hilt of an edged weapon such as a sword
Either of the rounded handles on a pommel horse
The upper front brow of a saddle
To pound or beat
to beat with something thick or bulky
{v} to bruise, beat, bang, thump
{n} a round knob on a sword or saddle
It is the foremost section of a saddle that fits over the Withers In a Western saddle, the rider can rest his hands on this "horn "
a/ (Little apple) The locking fixture that holds a sword together at the tang, and counter balances the weight of the weapon b/ To strike, beat or attack with the pommel, when well inside measure
a handgrip that a gymnast uses when performing exercises on a pommel horse
{f} beat, strike; hit, punch, pound; perform gymnastics on a pommel horse (type of gymnastics equipment)
The center front of an English saddle In some designs the pommel is cut back
Protuberant knob on a sword hilt, frequently decorated with inlay or with semiprecious stones
The fastener that holds the grip to the blade and also acts as a counter balance to the blade
A knob or ball; an object resembling a ball in form The knob on the hilt of a sword
A knob forming the finial of a turret or pavilion
strike, usually with the fist; "The pedestrians pummeled the demonstrators"
handgrip formed by the raised front part of a saddle
forward, arched portion of saddletree SWELLS: bulging shoulders of the saddle pommel FORK: (el fuste) saddletree, bows of saddletree GULLET: (el interior del arzon) inside of the pommel or the front edge of the forward arch of the saddle
a metal cap screwed to the end of the blade which locks the parts of the weapon together and provides a counter-balance to the blade
The top (of the head)
To beat soundly, as with the pommel of a sword, or with something knoblike; hence, to beat with the fists
The knob or protuberant part of a saddlebow
handgrip formed by the raised front part of a saddle a handgrip that a gymnast uses when performing exercises on a pommel horse
an ornament in the shape of a ball on the hilt of a sword or dagger
a ball or knob
that metal part which fastens to the tongue of the blade It has two purposes: holding all of the parts of the foil in place, and serving as a counterweight to the blade, thus making the foil a balanced weapon
A pommel is the part of a saddle that rises up at the front, or a knob that is fixed there
A counter-weight at the end of a sword's hilt, used to balance the sword Also may be used as a striking implement
{i} round upward projection of a saddle; hilt of a sword (also pummel)
A fastener that attaches the grip to the blade
Beating your opponent senseless with the hilt of your weapon (for sabre fencers only)
pommel horse
An athletic event in which the pommel horse is used
pommel horse
An apparatus for gymnastic exercises with a cylindrical body covered with leather and two upright pommels, as hand grips, near the centre; held upright with adjustable legs
pommel horse
a horse with a cylindrical body covered with leather and two upright handles (pommels) near the center; held upright by two steel supports, one at each end
pommel horse
a piece of equipment used in gymnastics that has two handles on top, which you hold on to when you jump or swing over it. or side horse Gymnastics event for men. It uses a padded rectangular apparatus supported by legs and with two pommels (U-shaped handles) on the top. The gymnast performs various swinging and balancing feats, holding himself over the horse by means of the pommels or by grasping the front (neck), centre (saddle), or rear (croup) of the horse. The apparatus stems from a wooden horse used by the Romans to teach mounting and dismounting
pommel horse
{i} side horse, leather padded vaulting horse equipped with two curved graspable pommels used in gymnastics by male gymnasts only
pummel
{v} to beat, thump, bruise
pummel
{n} a knob, a protuberant part
A pommel
pomel
pommels
plural of pommel
pummel
pum·mel pummels pummelling pummelled in AM, use pummeling, pummeled If you pummel someone or something, you hit them many times using your fists. He trapped Conn in a corner and pummeled him ferociously for thirty seconds
pummel
Same as Pommel
pummel
{f} pommel, beat with the fists, punch repeatedly
pummel
strike, usually with the fist; "The pedestrians pummeled the demonstrators"
pummel
To hit or strike heavily and repeatedly
pummel
strike, usually with the fist; "The pedestrians pummeled the demonstrators
pommel

    Расстановка переносов

    pom·mel

    Турецкое произношение

    pämıl

    Произношение

    /ˈpäməl/ /ˈpɑːməl/

    Этимология

    [ 'p&-m&l, 'pä- ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English pomel, from Middle French, presumedly via Vulgar Latin pomellum (“ball, knob”), the diminutive of Late Latin pomum (“apple”)

    Времена

    pommels, pommelling, pommelled

    Слово дня

    dentifrice
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