a drill operated by a motor.
a hand tool with a rotating chuck driven by an electric motor and designed to take an assortment of tools for drilling, grinding, polishing, etc
noun 1. a closely knit alliance of military, government, and corporate officials perceived as the center of wealth and political power in the U.S. A term used by the American sociologist (see sociology) C. Wright Mills to describe a relatively small, loosely knit group of people who tend to dominate American policymaking. This group includes […]
- Power factor
noun 1. (in an electrical circuit) the ratio of the power dissipated to the product of the input volts times amps
noun, Basketball. 1. a forward valued chiefly for aggressive rebounding capability, rather than scoring, and thus a big, physically strong player. noun 1. (basketball)
[pou-er-fuh l] /ˈpaʊ ər fəl/ adjective 1. having or exerting great or force. 2. physically strong, as a person: a large, powerful athlete. 3. producing great physical effects, as a machine or a blow. 4. potent; efficacious: a powerful drug. 5. having great effectiveness, as a speech, speaker, description, reason, etc. 6. having great , […]