a heavy-duty electric tool that can make precision cuts by plunging into dense materials like brick, drywall, mortar, or wood
They suggest using a plunge saw for the job.
[pluhn-jer] /ˈplʌn dʒər/ noun 1. Machinery. a pistonlike reciprocating part moving within the cylinder of a pump or hydraulic device. 2. Automotive. a pistonlike part in the valve of a pneumatic tire. 3. Also called force cup, plumber’s friend, plumber’s helper. a device consisting of a handle with a rubber suction cup at one end, […]
[pluhnj] /plʌndʒ/ verb (used with object), plunged, plunging. 1. to cast or thrust forcibly or suddenly into something, as a liquid, a penetrable substance, a place, etc.; immerse; submerge: to plunge a dagger into one’s heart. 2. to bring suddenly or forcibly into some condition, situation, etc.: to plunge a country into war; to pull […]
noun, Military. 1. artillery or other fire that strikes the ground at a steep angle, as from high ground overlooking the target or from a weapon fired at a high angle of elevation.
[pluhngk] /plʌŋk/ verb (used with object) 1. to pluck (a stringed instrument or its strings); twang: to plunk a guitar. 2. to throw, push, put, drop, etc., heavily or suddenly; plump (often followed by down): Plunk down your money. She plunked herself down on the seat. 3. to push, shove, toss, etc. (sometimes followed by […]