Drawbar

• (n.) A bar of iron with an eye at each end, or a heavy link, for coupling a locomotive to a tender or car. • (n.) An openmouthed bar at the end of a car, which receives a coupling link and pin by which the car is drawn. It is usually provided with a spring to give elasticity to the connection between the cars of a train.Drawbar: words i...
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drawbar

noun a strong metal bar bearing a hook to attach something to be pulled
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Drawbar

[haulage] A drawbar is a solid coupling between a hauling vehicle and its hauled load. Drawbars are in common use with rail transport, road trailers, both large and small, industrial and recreational, and with agricultural equipment. ==Agriculture== Agricultural equipment is hauled from a tractor mounted drawbar. Specialist agricultural too...
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Drawbar

[machine tool] A drawbar or spindle drawbar is a clamping mechanism for toolholders on machine tools. The toolholder or machine taper itself is held by the drawbar and applies force to the spindle, especially when spinning at high speeds. == See also == ...
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Drawbar

Draw'bar` noun (Railroad) (a) An openmouthed bar at the end of a car, which receives a coupling link and pin by which the car is drawn. It is usually provided with a spring to give elasticity to the connection between the cars of a train. (b) A bar of iron with an eye at each end, ...
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Drawbar

A tractor component typically located at the rear and near the ground that permits attachment of implements for pulling or towing.
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drawbar

sliding wooden bar to secure a door in the closed position
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drawbar

[n] - a strong metal bar bearing a hook to attach something to be pulled
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