Definition of 'screwdriver'
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Example sentences containing 'screwdriver'
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An electric screwdriver or skewer will do. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Will a sonic screwdriver work against a ghost? The Sun (2013)He was disturbed to find that she owned a sonic screwdriver. The Sun (2010)And all of this is done without a sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You needed a screwdriver and a hammer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It comes with four screwdriver heads. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In plot terms, think gooey sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Bet she's sick of the sight of his sonic screwdriver. The Sun (2010)Instead of a screwdriver, they use a knife. Christianity Today (2000)There was something about a pair of pliers, a screwdriver or something. The Sun (2007)The same goes for the incessant questions about being passed the sonic screwdriver by the most popular Doctor yet. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Oh, and he will notice that his sonic screwdriver isn't what it was. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'screwdriver'
British English: screwdriver /ˈskruːˌdraɪvə/ NOUN
A screwdriver is a tool for fixing screws into place.
- American English: screwdriver
- Arabic: مِفَكّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: chave de fenda
- Chinese: 螺丝刀
- Croatian: odvijač
- Czech: šroubovák
- Danish: skruetrækker
- Dutch: schroevendraaier
- European Spanish: destornillador
- Finnish: ruuvimeisseli
- French: tournevis
- German: Schraubenzieher
- Greek: κατσαβίδι
- Italian: cacciavite
- Japanese: ドライバー 道具
- Korean: 나사돌리개
- Norwegian: skrutrekker
- Polish: śrubokręt
- European Portuguese: chave de fendas
- Romanian: șurubelniță
- Russian: отвертка
- Spanish: destornillador
- Swedish: skruvmejsel
- Thai: ไขควง
- Turkish: tornavida
- Ukrainian: викрутка
- Vietnamese: tuốc-nơ-vít
Definition of screwdriver from the Collins English Dictionary
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