brush

  1. a dense growth of bushes
  2. an implement that has hairs or bristles firmly set into a handle
  3. momentary contact
  4. conducts current between rotating and stationary parts of a generator or motor
  5. a minor short-term fight
  6. a light glancing touch

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Brush

Brush is Australian slang for a woman.
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Brush

The USS Brush was an American Allen M Sumner Class destroyer of 2200 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Brush was powered by four boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots. She carried a complement of 350 and was armed with six 5 inch guns; twelve 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; eleven 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and ten 21 inch torpedo tubes arr...
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Brush

Vegetation or small flora.
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brush

Commonly refers to undesirable shrubs and small trees.
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brush

[n] - a dense growth of bushes 2. [n] - momentary contact 3. [n] - conducts current between rotating and stationary parts of a generator or motor 4. [n] - an implement that has hairs or bristles firmly set into a handle 5. [n] - a minor short-term fight 6. [n] - the act of brushing your teeth 7. [n] - the act of brush...
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Brush

A section of a picture that can be picked up and moved around with an art package.
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Brush

Brush noun [ Middle English brusche , Old French broche , broce , brosse , brushwood, French brosse brush, Late Latin brustia , bruscia , from Old High German brusta , brust , bristle, German borste bristle, b├╝rste brus...
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Brush

Brush transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Brushed ; present participle & verbal noun Brushing .] [ Middle English bruschen ; confer French brosser . See Brush , noun ] 1. T...
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Brush

Brush intransitive verb To move nimbly in haste; to move so lightly as scarcely to be perceived; as, to brush by. « Snatching his hat, he brushed off like the wind. Goldsmith. »
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brush

1. An instrument composed of bristles, or other like material, set in a suitable back or handle, as of wood, bone, or ivory, and used for various purposes, as in removing dust from clothes, laying on colours, etc. Brushes have different shapes and names according to their use; as, clothes brush, paint brush, tooth brush, etc. ... 2. The bushy tail ...
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brush

light touch noun momentary contact
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Brush

• (n.) A bundle of flexible wires or thin plates of metal, used to conduct an electrical current to or from the commutator of a dynamo, electric motor, or similar apparatus. • (n.) A short contest, or trial, of speed. • (n.) A tuft of hair on the mandibles. • (n.) To apply a brush to, according to its particular use; to rub, smo...
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brush

device composed of natural or synthetic fibres set into a handle that is used for cleaning, grooming, polishing, writing, or painting. Brushes were ... [4 related articles]
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Brush

conductor between the commutator and the external circuit of a brushed DC motor.
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brush

a conducting part, generally stationary, which provides electrical sliding contact with a commutator or slip-ring
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Brush

To coat food with melted butter, glaze, or other liquid using a pastry brush.
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brush

Type: Term Pronunciation: brŭsh Definitions: 1. An instrument made of some flexible material, such as bristles, attached to a handle or to the tip of a catheter.
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Brush

A bushy tail; a tail heavy with hair.
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Brush

electric traction equipment supplier
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Brush

[electric] A brush is a device which conducts current between stationary wires and moving parts, most commonly in a rotating shaft. Typical applications include electric motors, alternators and electric generators. ==Etymology== For an electric motor or generator to function, the coils of the rotor must be connected to complete an electrica...
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Brush

A brush is a tool with bristles, wire or other filaments, used for cleaning, grooming hair, make up, painting, surface finishing and for many other purposes. It is one of the most basic and versatile tools known to mankind, and the average household may contain several dozen varieties. It generally consists of a handle or block to which filaments ...
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Brush

A bushy tail; a tail heavy with hair.
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Brush

A piece of current conducting material (usually carbon or graphite) which rides directly on the comm
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Brush

A term for a cats tail, usually reserved for long haired cats.
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