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klip [ muški rod ]

Kukuruzni klas.

chock [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

Metal casting with curved arms for passing ropes for mooring ship.
A block of wood used to prevent the sliding or rolling of a heavy object; SYN. wedge.

cob [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM Cf. as. cop, copp, head, top, Dutch kop, German kopf, kuppe, Late Lat. cuppa cup (cf. Eng. brainpan), and also w. cob tuft, spider, cop, copa, top, summit, cobio to thump. Related to Cop top, Cup.
dialect England; A rounded mass, lump, or heap; A mixture of unburnt clay and straw used especially for constructing walls of small houses in England.
A crudely struck old Spanish coin of irregular shape.

dowel [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM Cf. German döbel peg, French douelle state of a cask, surface of an arch, douille socket, little pipe, cartridge.
Inserts into holes in two adjacent pieces and holds them together; SYN. dowel pin, joggle.

piston [ imenica {mehanika} ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM French piston; cf. Italian pistone piston, also pestone a large pestle; all from Latin pinsere, pistum, to pound, to stamp. Related to Pestle, Pistil.
A part of a machine that has a plunging or thrusting motion; SYN. plunger.
Barrel-shaped device used in reciprocating engines (steam, gasoline, diesel oil) to harness power. Pistons are driven up and down in cylinders by expanding steam or hot gases. They pass on their motion via a connecting rod and crank to a crankshaft, which turns the driving wheels. In a pump or compressor, the role of the piston is reversed, being used to move gases and liquids. See also internal-combustion engine.

pivot [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM French; prob. akin to Italian piva pipe, French pipe. Related to Pipe.
A short shaft that supports something that turns; SYN. pin.
The person in a line around whom the others wheel and maneuver; SYN. pivot man.

valve [ imenica {mehanika} ]
Generiši izgovor

Device that controls the flow of a fluid. Inside a valve, a plug moves to widen or close the opening through which the fluid passes. The valve was invented by US radio engineer Lee de Forest (1873–1961).
Common valves include the cone or needle valve, the globe valve, and butterfly valve, all named for the shape of the plug. Specialized valves include the one-way valve, which permits fluid flow in one direction only, and the safety valve, which cuts off flow under certain conditions.



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