Noun(1) a metal or leather projection (as from the sole of a shoe(2) a fastener (usually with two projecting horns(3) a strip of wood or metal used to strengthen the surface to which it is attached
Verb(1) provide with cleats(2) secure on a cleat
(1) Cathlyn tied her cleat laces a little tighter and then stood up.(2) The anchor cleat was also ripped from the boat, so I am very lucky I did not lose my anchor completely.(3) Another feature of the cleat retains one of the best features of SPD-R cleats, namely walkability.(4) The only holds offered were the handrail on the coachroof and the small cleat amidships.(5) To compensate for the loss of grip with the neoprene decking, most snowshoes also have a metal cleat for grip under the ball of the foot.(6) It was simply fastened to a cleat on the gunwale, with no provision for reeling it back in.(7) The rope on this anchor ought to run through a bow cleat or preferably a bow roller so that it keeps the bow into the wind.(8) You can get started on rocky, technical sections and keep pedaling with plenty to support your foot as you work your cleat into position to clip in.(9) Independent of the frame, it is a function of your shoe size, tire size, crank length and cleat position - the latter three being things you can change.(10) Aligning the cleat , shoe, and pedal can be done without constantly clipping and unclipping.(11) One of the most-convenient aspects of the SPD-R design is that cleat adjustments can be done while the shoe is still clipped in (but obviously not while riding).(12) If you are using toe clips, look for shoes that accept the old-style slotted cleat , which will help you pedal with 360 degrees of power.(13) She tied it off securely to a cleat on the starboard corner of the transom.(14) The correct way to attach to a mooring is to put one line through the mooring and bring it back to the same cleat and side as it started on.(15) Its composite platform is designed to optimize the pedal/shoe interface by using a unique cleat design which is adjustable in four directions for a highly tunable fit.(16) If I squinted my eyes tight enough, I could also see the cleat near the stern where I used to attach the painter from the punt.
1. cleat ::
2. knop ::
3. snag ::
4. gib ::
5. nog ::
6. dowel ::
7. chock ::
8. key ::
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