(on a lathe) a perforated , mounted on the live spindle, to which the work is attached.
the part of a protective headpiece, as a diver’s or astronaut’s helmet, that covers the upper portion of the , often of transparent material and sometimes movable.
Also called face. Electronics. the glass front of a cathode ray tube upon which the image is displayed.
a protective , as one surrounding an electric outlet or light switch.
a perforated circular metal plate that can be attached to the headstock of a lathe in order to hold flat or irregularly shaped workpieces
Also called surface plate. a flat rigid plate used to check the flatness and squareness of the faces of a component
the part of a cathode-ray tube carrying the phosphor screen
noun 1. a cosmetic powder used to give a mat finish to the face. noun 1. a flesh-tinted cosmetic powder worn to make the face look less shiny, softer, etc
- Face presentation
face presentation n. Head presentation of the fetus during birth in which the face is the presenting part.
/ˈfeɪsˌprɪnt/ noun 1. a digitally recorded representation of a person’s face that can be used for security purposes because it is as individual as a fingerprint noun a digital photograph or scan of a human face put into a database and used for identification of the person based on unique characteristics Word Origin patterned on […]
[fey-ser] /ˈfeɪ sər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. Informal. a blow in the . 3. British Informal. an unexpected major difficulty, dilemma, or defeat. /ˈfeɪsə/ noun 1. a person or thing that faces 2. a lathe tool used to turn a face perpendicular to the axis of rotation 3. (Brit, informal) […]