בְּרִיחַ, מַנְעוּל, בָּרָק, בֹּרֶג, סֶגֶר, לוּלָב, סַדָןלְהַברִיחַ, לִבלוֹעַ, לְהַגִיף, לִסְגוֹר בְּבָרִיחַ, לַעֲרוֹק
Noun(1) a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder(2) a sliding bar in a breech-loading firearm that ejects an empty cartridge and replaces it and closes the breech(3) the part of a lock that is engaged or withdrawn with a key(4) the act of moving with great haste(5) a roll of cloth or wallpaper of a definite length(6) a screw that screws into a nut to form a fastener(7) a sudden abandonment (as from a political party
Verb(1) move or jump suddenly(2) secure or lock with a bolt(3) swallow hastily(4) run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along(5) leave suddenly and as if in a hurry(6) eat hastily without proper chewing(7) make or roll into bolts
Adverb(1) in a rigid manner(2) directly
(1) He reached through the hole in the door and slid the bolt on the inside.(2) In the longer sizes this bolt has two expansion clips, making it a good choice for medium strength rock.(3) If present, these weeds should be treated by mid-April, before weeds bolt .(4) Inserting the next magazine, I was confounded when the bolt merely slid over the top round.(5) They bolt quickly, flower and before you know it, they are setting seed.(6) Then he slid the bolt home, engaged the chamber by sliding a metal lever forward, and propped the weapon on the window ledge.(7) there's no need to bolt your food(8) Hot weather will cause the plants to bolt just like regular mustard.(9) Once Richard had been felled by a bolt from a crossbow, Philip began to enjoy success on the battlefield.(10) In a deadbolt lock, there is no spring mechanism - the turning cylinder slides the bolt forward and backward.(11) I edged out of the cell and slid the bolt in place, and made my way back to the ramp.(12) Use transplants in February for a quick crop of lettuce and broccoli before the weather heats up and the plants bolt .(13) Over the years I've learned to plant black radish after midsummer so it will not bolt to flower before forming a root.(14) Elaborate caliper rules were developed to measure cloth on the bolt , without unwinding it.(15) A bolt of lightning flashed across the horizon and lit the sky.(16) They replaced the missing bolt in the one rifle and supplied new magazines for the two Camp Reed guns.
(1) bolt cutter :: מחתך
1. bar ::
2. rivet ::
3. arrow ::
4. flash ::
5. dash ::
6. roll ::
7. deadbolt ::
8. thunderbolt ::
9. lock ::
10. rivet ::
11. dash ::
12. gobble up ::
13. gobble ::
14. make off ::
15. bolt out ::
Different Formsbolt, bolted, bolting, bolts
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