(zoology) having bristles
a bristle or seta, especially of a chaetopod. noun (pl) -tae (-tiː) any of the chitinous bristles on the body of such annelids as the earthworm and the lugworm: used in locomotion; a seta
coral of the extinct genus Halysites, from the Ordovician and Silurian periods, consisting of oval, laterally compressed corallites united to form a chainlike structure.
a driving mechanism transmitting power by means of an endless chain. noun (engineering) a chain of links passing over sprockets that transmits rotation from one shaft to another noun a mechanical device which transmits power from an engine by means of a moving chain, esp. for a vehicle’s wheels or boat’s propeller; also called chain […]
a type of hoist with a chain attached to a fixed raised structure or beam and used to lift very heavy objects.