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An awl with a beveled tip, used to make holes in wood for brads or screws.
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(Tools) an awl used to pierce wood, leather, or other materials for the insertion of brads, screws, etc
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an awl for making small holes in wood for brads.
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bradawl[ˈbrædˌɔːl] n → punteruolo
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