rasp

  1. uttering in an irritated tone
  2. a coarse file with sharp pointed projections

Rasp

A rasp is a tool used for shaping wood or other material. It consists of a point or the tip, then a long steel bar or the belly, then the heel or bottom, then the tang. The tang is joined to a handle, usually made of plastic or wood. The bar has sharp teeth. Rasps generally cut more coarsely than files. ==Uses== In woodworking, rasps are used for ...
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rasp

(from the article `file`) ...of tooth form: single-cut, double-cut, and rasp. The single-cut file has rows of parallel teeth cut diagonally across the working surfaces. The ... Rasps, or, more correctly, rasp-cut files, have a series of individual teeth produced by a sharp, narrow, punchlike chisel. Their very rough cut is ... [2 rel...
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rasp

(rasp) a coarse file used in surgery; called also raspatory. to file with such an instrument.
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rasp

[n] - uttering in an irritated tone 2. [n] - a coarse file with sharp pointed projections 3. [v] - scrape with a rasp 4. [v] - utter in a grating voice
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Rasp

• (v. t.) Hence, figuratively: To grate harshly upon; to offend by coarse or rough treatment or language; as, some sounds rasp the ear; his insults rasped my temper. • (v.) A coarse file, on which the cutting prominences are distinct points raised by the oblique stroke of a sharp punch, instead of lines raised by a chisel, as on the true ...
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rasp

wood file noun a coarse file with sharp pointed projections
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Rasp

Rasp (rȧsp) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rasped (rȧspt); present participle & verbal noun Rasping .] [ Old French rasper , French râper , to scrape, grate, rasp, from Old High German rasp&...
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Rasp

Rasp noun [ Middle English raspe , Old French raspe , French râpe . See Rasp , v. ] 1. A coarse file, on which the cutting prominences are distinct points raised by the oblique stroke of a sharp punch, instead of lines raised by a chisel, as...
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rasp

1. To rub or file with a rasp; to rub or grate with a rough file; as, to rasp wood to make it smooth; to rasp bones to powder. ... 2. Hence, figuratively: To grate harshly upon; to offend by coarse or rough treatment or language; as, some sounds rasp the ear; his insults rasped my temper. ... Origin: OF. Rasper, F. Raper, to scrape, grate, rasp, fr...
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Rasp

a long and flat steel tool with raised teeth for shaping wood.
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Rasp

A machine that grinds waste into a manageable material and helps prevent odor.
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Rasp

A sort of blowing noise emitted often from the exhaust pipes of internal combustion engines, usually, it is dominated by a mixture of 4E, 6E and 8E engine orders on 4 cylinder engines (where E represents engine rotational frequency).
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rasp

scrape with a coarse file
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