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all clear the signal that an air raid or disaster drill is over.
bit1 the pointed tool that is fastened into a drill head for boring or drilling. [1/5 definitions]
bore1 to make a hole in with an instrument such as a drill. [3/7 definitions]
boring1 the act or process of making a hole or other opening with a drill or similar tool. [1/3 definitions]
brace and bit a drilling tool that consists of a drill bit rotated by a handle or brace.
burr1 any of several drill-like devices used by machinists and the like to cut away small amounts of hard material. [1/3 definitions]
chuck2 a device that holds a drill bit or that holds the material being shaped on a lathe. [1/2 definitions]
DI abbreviation of "drill instructor."
drill1 a tool consisting of a shaft that has sharp cutting edges and is used to make holes in wood, metal, or the like, usu. by means of rotation; drill bit. [5/12 definitions]
drill2 a group of seeds or plants planted in or by a drill. [1/5 definitions]
drillmaster someone who teaches or trains using drill methods, esp. in the military.
drillstock the part of a drilling machine or tool that tightens securely around the shank of a bit or drill; chuck.
flashcard any of a set of cards bearing words, numbers, or pictures, flashed briefly before a student or class to prompt a quick response in a drill.
jackhammer a hand-held device powered by compressed air, used to drill rock, cement, or the like; pneumatic drill.
machine tool an automatic or semiautomatic power-driven tool, such as a punch press, lathe, or drill, used to cut or shape metal in the manufacturing of machines and machine parts.
mandrel a shaft on which a working tool, such as a circular saw or a drill, is mounted and rotates. [1/2 definitions]
practice to drill or give repeated lessons to. [1/11 definitions]
rehearse to repeat (an action) or drill (an actor or other performer) in order to make perfect. [1/4 definitions]
rig the apparatus used to drill oil wells. [1/10 definitions]
tool an instrument, such as a hammer, drill, or other hand-held device, used for doing work. [2/8 definitions]
trepan to remove a circular section of; drill or cut with a trepan. [1/3 definitions]