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bench-press to lift (a weight) during a bench press.
boost a lift or push to a higher position. [1/6 definitions]
delta wing the triangular wing of certain usu. supersonic aircraft, which provides not only lift but also horizontal stabilization.
elevate to raise or lift up to a higher physical position. [1/4 definitions]
elevator a grain storage structure equipped to lift and pour out grain; grain elevator. [1/3 definitions]
fork an implement with two or more prongs or tines, used to spear, dig, lift, or carry, esp. the one used for eating. [2/6 definitions]
forklift a small truck with a power-operated forked platform that can be slid under heavy cargo to lift and transport it. [2 definitions]
gondola a car suspended from a cable, as for a ski lift. [1/5 definitions]
handle a part designed to be grasped in order to lift or hold the thing to which it is attached. [1/6 definitions]
heft to lift up; heave. [1/3 definitions]
hoist to lift or haul up, esp. by mechanical means. [2/3 definitions]
hump to lift or bend (the back) upward. [1/6 definitions]
hunch to lift up or arch into a hump. [1/7 definitions]
hydraulic ram a water pump or device using the energy of downward flowing water to lift a part of the water for some other use.
jack any of a number of devices used to lift all or a part of a heavy object a short distance, as by leverage or hydraulic pressure. [3/8 definitions]
lade to lift or transfer, as with a dipper; ladle. [2/6 definitions]
liftable combined form of lift.
noria a wheel fitted with buckets around the rim, used to lift water, as from a river to an irrigation ditch, esp. in Spain and the Orient.
plane1 of a boat, to lift up partly out of the water while running fast. [1/7 definitions]
pothook a hook used to hang a pot or kettle over a fire, or a rod with a hook used to lift hot pots, irons, or the like, from a stove top or fire. [1/2 definitions]
pry2 to move, lift, open, or otherwise force with something that acts as a lever. [1/4 definitions]