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1. hitch


Sinonimi: hobble | limp

(Irregular plural: hitches).
1. A knot that can be undone by pulling against the strain that holds it.
2. Connects a vehicle to the load that it pulls.
3. The uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg; SYN. hobble, limp.

2. jerk


Sinonimi: jerking | jolt | rate of acceleration

1. An abrupt spasmodic movement; SYN. jerking, jolt.
2. (Mechanics) The rate of change of velocity; SYN. rate of acceleration.

3. jolt


Sinonimi: jar | jounce

A sudden impact; SYN. jar, jounce.

4. lug


A projecting piece that is used to lift or support or turn something.

5. pluck


1. An act or instance of plucking or pulling
2. The heart, liver, lungs, and trachea of a slaughtered animal especially as an item of food
3. Courageous readiness to fight or continue against odds; dogged resolution
4. The act of pulling and releasing a taut cord.

6. pull


Sinonimi: pulling

1. A device used for pulling something
2. A sustained effort
3. Special advantage or influence
4. The act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you; SYN. pulling.
5. The force used in pulling

7. recoil


Sinonimi: repercussion | rebound | backlash | kick

1. A movement back from an impact; SYN. repercussion, rebound, backlash.
2. The backward jerk of a gun when it is fired; SYN. kick.

8. start


Sinonimi: starting | head start

ETYM Old Eng. stert a tail, as. steort; akin to lg. stert, steert, Dutch staart, German sterz, Icel. stertr, Dan. stiert, Swed. stjert. Related to Stark naked, under Stark, Start.
1. A turn to be in a game at the beginning; SYN. starting.
2. Advantage gained by an early start as in a race; SYN. head start.
3. The beginning of anything.

9. tug


Sinonimi: jerk

A sudden abrupt pull; SYN. jerk.

10. twitch


Sinonimi: twitching

(Irregular plural: twitches).
A sudden spasm especially one caused by a nervous condition; SYN. twitching.

11. wince


Sinonimi: flinch

1. A reflex response to sudden pain; SYN. flinch.
2. The facial expression of sudden pain.

12. wrench


1. A violent twisting or a pull with or as if with twisting
2. A sharp twist or sudden jerk straining muscles or ligaments; also; the resultant injury (as of a joint)
3. A distorting or perverting alteration
4. Acute emotional distress; sudden violent mental change
5. A hand or power tool for holding, twisting, or turning an object (as a bolt or nut)
6. Monkey wrench

13. yank


ETYM Cf. Scot. yank a sudden and severe blow.
A jerk or sudden pull.

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