the part of a frame for eyeglasses that passes over the bridge of the .
the part of a microscope to which the objectives are attached.
a of armor serving as a protective cover for the .
Also called nasal. a piece of armour, esp part of a helmet, that serves to protect the nose
the connecting part of a pair of spectacles that rests on the nose; bridge
the part of a microscope to which one or more objective lenses are attached
a less common word for noseband
nosepiece nose·piece (nōz’pēs’)
The part of a microscope, often rotatable, to which one or more objective lenses are attached.
noun 1. a ring inserted in the nose of an animal, to facilitate leading it. 2. a ring worn as an ornament in the nose. noun 1. a ring fixed through the nose, as for leading a bull n. 1778 as something to lead an animal by, from nose (n.) + ring (n.1). As something […]
- Nose someone out
verb phrase To defeat by a small margin; barely win over; win by a nose: He nosed out the leading candidate in Iowa (1940s+)
- Nose tackle
noun in football, a defensive lineman positioned opposite the center See nose guard noun phrase A lineman whose position is just opposite the center: ”I don’t want to celebrate yet,” said nose tackle Jeff Wright/ Charlie Krueger, a former nose tackle, retired from the San Francisco 49ers in 1973 (1970s+ Football)
- Nose to the grindstone
To work extremely hard: “Emily takes her bar exam next month, so she really has her nose to the grindstone.”