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hand drill

noun
1.
a portable drill designed for two-handed operation.
Origin of hand drill
1760-1770
1760-70
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  • The peg may be turned up or whittled out with a pocket knife and the hole bored with a hand drill.

  • The hand drill (Fig. 125) is one of the most useful tools any one can have about the shop or the house.

    Carpentry and Woodwork Edwin W. Foster
  • I have a hand drill, and every single day I spend some time just as dad did, collecting specimens.

  • A hole is drilled through each unit of the design by means of a hand drill, a jewellers' saw inserted, and the design cut.

  • For use with drills ranging from one-eighth to three-eighths, or even half-inch the hand drill presses shown at C and D are used.

    Aviation Engines Victor Wilfred Pag

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