drill bit
bit1 (defs. 1a, b).

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  • drill bit — A piece of rod with spiral recesses cut in it and a hardened steel tip, made in different sizes for drilling different sized holes, and inserted in the chuck of a drill …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Drill bit sizes — Drill bits are the cutting tools of drilling machines. They can be made in any size to order, but standards organizations have defined sets of sizes that are produced routinely by drill bit manufacturers and stocked by distributors. In the U.S.,… …   Wikipedia

  • Drill bit shank — The shank is the part of a drill bit grasped by the chuck of a drill. The cutting edges of the drill bit are at one end, and the shank is at the other. Different styles of shank/chuck combination deliver different performance, such as allowing… …   Wikipedia

  • Drill bit (well) — A Drill bit, is a device attached to the end of the drill string that breaks apart, cuts or crushes the rock formations when drilling a wellbore, such as those drilled to extract water, gas, or oil. The drill bit is hollow and has jets to allow… …   Wikipedia

  • drill bit stock — n. A stock that has a price under one dollar. Example Citation: Heard the latest lingo on the Street? It s drill bit stocks, as in stocks trading in the drill bit range (3/64, 5/16, etc.). Andy Serwer, Loose Change, Fortune, April 30, 2001… …   New words

  • Drill-Bit Stock — A term used to describe shares that trade for prices less than one dollar. The fractional prices are comparable to the diameter measures of drill bits found in a hardware store. Drill bit sizes are described by fractions of an inch whereas drill… …   Investment dictionary

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