Definition of Metal saw

1. Noun. Saw used with one hand for cutting metal.

Exact synonyms: Hack Saw, Hacksaw
Generic synonyms: Saw

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Metal Saw

metal detectorist
metal detectors
metal drum
metal filing
metal fume fever
metal glove
metal halide lamp
metal halide lamps
metal homeostasis
metal hydride
metal insert teeth
metal interface
metal master
metal money
metal plating
metal saw (current term)
metal screw
metal shop
metal wood

Literary usage of Metal saw

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1. A French-English Military Technical Dictionary by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1899)
"... charnière, hinge saw: de charpentier, carpenter's saw; à châssis, frame saw; châssis de , saw frame; « chaud, metal saw, to cut metal hot; • circulaire, ..."

2. The Half-tone Process: A Practical Manual of Photo-engraving in Half-tone on by Julius Verfasser (1907)
"The difference between the two saws is that the wood saw has fewer and larger teeth, and is of larger diameter, than the metal saw, the teeth being also ..."

3. Machinery (1900)
"We illustrate in this number a new circular metal saw designed to do the work ... NEW metal saw. If the saw be perfecty round, all the teeth in contact must ..."

4. Welding: Theory, Practice, Apparatus and Tests, Electric, Thermit and Hot by Richard Newell Hart (1914)
"Roughly, this flame takes from 1/5 to 1/10 the time in cutting a given section of steel that two men working with a metal saw would take. ..."

5. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1911)
"It therefore remains to be seen if the bone were in fact sawed by a metal saw. The only metal known to have been used by the ancients in prehistoric times ..."

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