Swarf

Swarf intransitive verb [ Confer Swerve .] To grow languid; to faint. [ Scot.] 'To swarf for very hunger.' Sir W. Scott.
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Swarf

Swarf noun [ Confer Swerve .] The grit worn away from grindstones in grinding cutlery wet. [ Prov. Eng.]
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Swarf

• (n.) The grit worn away from grindstones in grinding cutlery wet. • (v. i.) To grow languid; to faint.
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Swarf

Swarf, also known as chips or by other process-specific names (such as turnings, filings, or shavings), is pieces of metal, wood, or plastic that are the debris or waste resulting from machining, woodworking, or similar subtractive (material-removing) manufacturing processes. Swarf or chips can be small particles (such as the gritty swarf from gri...
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Swarf

Small particles of production scrap arising from turning, milling and boring. Often contaminated with cutting oil. May be baled or briquetted for transport and melting. See also turnings.
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Swarf

Small particles of production scrap arising from turning, milling and boring. Often contaminated with cutting oil. May be baled or briquetted for transport and melting. See also turnings.
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swarf

grit from an axle; stone or metal filings
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