Machine-screw



noun
1.
a threaded fastener, either used with a nut or driven into a tapped hole, usually having a diameter of about 1/4 inch (6.4 mm) or less and a slotted head for tightening by a screwdriver.
noun
1.
a fastening screw with a machine-cut thread throughout the length of its shank

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