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cap screw

n.
A long-threaded bolt, usually with a square head, used in fastening machine parts.
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cap screw

n
(General Engineering) a screwed bolt with a cylindrical head having a hexagonal recess. The bolt is turned using a wrench of hexagonal cross section
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Noun1.cap screw - a threaded screw for machine partscap screw - a threaded screw for machine parts; screws into a tapped hole
screw - a fastener with a tapered threaded shank and a slotted head
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