grease gun


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grease gun

n.
1. A hand-powered pump used to force grease under pressure into bearings.
2. A submachine gun.

grease gun

n
(Tools) a device for forcing grease through nipples into bearings, usually consisting of a cylinder with a plunger and nozzle fitted to it

grease′ gun`


n.
a hand-operated pump for greasing bearings under pressure.
Translations
maznice
pompe à graisse

grease gun

ningrassatore m
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