a high-speed circular saw, usually toothless, that is used for cutting metals by using frictional heat to melt the material adjacent to it.
- Friction sound
friction sound n. The sound heard on auscultation caused by the rubbing together of two opposing serous surfaces that are roughened by an inflammatory exudate. Also called friction rub.
noun 1. a cloth or plastic adhesive tape, containing a moisture-resistant substance, used especially to insulate and protect electrical wires and conductors. noun 1. (US & Canadian) adhesive tape, impregnated with a moisture-repelling substance, used to insulate exposed electrical conductors Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) insulating tape
noun 1. a method of welding thermoplastics or metals by the heat generated by rubbing the members to be joined against each other under pressure. noun 1. a form of welding in which the welding heat is generated by pressure and relative movement at the interface in the area of the weld
[frahy-dey, -dee] /ˈfraɪ deɪ, -di/ noun 1. the sixth day of the week, following Thursday. /ˈfraɪdɪ; -deɪ/ noun 1. the sixth day of the week; fifth day of the working week 2. See girl Friday, man Friday Old English frigedæg “Frigga’s day,” from Frige, genitive of Frig (see Frigg), Germanic goddess of married love, a […]