a tool or device for cutting, typically a thin blade of metal with a series of sharp teeth.
any similar tool or device, as a rotating disk, in which a sharp continuous edge replaces the teeth.
verb (used with object), sawed, sawed or sawn, sawing.
to cut or divide with a saw.
to form by cutting with a saw.
to make cutting motions as if using a saw:
to saw the air with one’s hands.
to work (something) from side to side like a saw.
verb (used without object), sawed, sawed or sawn, sawing.
to use a saw.
to cut with or as if with a saw.
to cut as a saw does.
saw wood, Informal. to snore loudly while sleeping.
simple past tense of see1 .
a sententious saying; maxim; proverb:
He could muster an old saw for every occasion.
any of various hand tools for cutting wood, metal, etc, having a blade with teeth along one edge
any of various machines or devices for cutting by use of a toothed blade, such as a power-driven circular toothed wheel or toothed band of metal
verb saws, sawing, sawed, sawed, sawn
to cut with a saw
to form by sawing
to cut as if wielding a saw: to saw the air
to move (an object) from side to side as if moving a saw
the past tense of see1
a wise saying, maxim, or proverb
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see: old saw
noun 1. an instrument used to bend out slightly the point of each alternate tooth of a saw so that the kerf made by the saw will be wider than its blade. noun 1. a tool used for setting the teeth of a saw, consisting of a type of clamp used to bend each tooth […]
noun 1. trees suitable for sawing into planks, boards, etc.
noun, plural sawteeth [saw-teeth] /ˈsɔˌtiθ/ (Show IPA) 1. one of the cutting teeth of a saw. 2. any of the small parallel roof structures forming a sawtooth roof. adjective 3. having a zigzag profile, similar to that of the cutting edge of a saw; sawtoothed; serrate: a sawtooth mountain range. adjective 1. (of a waveform) […]
adjective 1. having pointing resembling the edge of a saw. 2. serrate.