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saw·mill

 (sô′mĭl′)
n.
1. A plant where timber is sawed into boards.
2. A large machine for sawing lumber.

sawmill

(ˈsɔːˌmɪl)
n
1. (Forestry) an industrial establishment where timber is sawn into planks, etc
2. (Forestry) a large sawing machine

saw•mill

(ˈsɔˌmɪl)

n.
a place or building in which timber is sawed into planks, boards, etc., by machinery.
[1545–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sawmill - a large sawing machinesawmill - a large sawing machine    
power saw, sawing machine, saw - a power tool for cutting wood
2.sawmill - a mill for dressing logs and lumber
factory, manufactory, manufacturing plant, mill - a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing
Translations
متَعَلِّق بالمَنْشَرَهمَنْشَرَه
na pilepila
savværksavværksarbejder
fûrészmalom
sögunarverksmiîjastarfsmaîur í sögunarverksmiîju
na píle
bıçkı atelyesikereste fabrikası

sawmill

[ˈsɔːmɪl] Naserradero m

sawmill

[ˈsɔːmɪl] nscierie f

sawmill

[ˈsɔːˌmɪl] nsegheria

saw2

(soː) noun
a tool for cutting, having a toothed edge. He used a saw to cut through the branch.
verbpast tense sawed: past participles sawn, ~sawed
to cut with a saw. He sawed the log in two.
ˈsawdust noun
a dust of tiny fragments of wood, made by sawing.
ˈsawmill noun
a place in which wood is mechanically sawn.
adjective
a sawmill worker.
References in classic literature ?
After that, Kearns had fallen back on his posts at Forty Mile and Sixty Mile and changed the direction of his ventures by sending out to the States for a small sawmill and a river steamer.
He was not of the Ned Winters family, who were very respectable people in Winesburg, but was one of the three sons of the old man called Wind- peter Winters who had a sawmill near Unionville, six miles away, and who was looked upon by every- one in Winesburg as a confirmed old reprobate.
The June rise used to be always luck for me; because as soon as that rise begins here comes cordwood float- ing down, and pieces of log rafts -- sometimes a dozen logs together; so all you have to do is to catch them and sell them to the wood-yards and the sawmill.
It is certain that the gulch was at one time pretty thoroughly prospected by miners, who must have had some means of getting in with at least pack animals carrying tools and supplies; their profits, apparently, were not such as would have justified any considerable outlay to connect Macarger's Gulch with any center of civilization enjoying the distinction of a sawmill. The house, however, was there, most of it.
They walked on in silence through the blackness of the hemlock-shaded lane, where Ethan's sawmill gloomed through the night, and out again into the comparative clearness of the fields.
During the day the greater part of the young men worked in the school's sawmill, and the young men worked in the laundry.
Sometimes a roughly-built sawmill appears in a picturesque position, with its stacks of long pine trunks with the bark peeled off, and its mill stream, brought from the bed of the torrent in great square wooden pipes, with masses of dripping filament issuing from every crack.
Today Canfor Corporation (TSX:CFP) announced further capacity reductions at two of its British Columbia sawmills with an indefinite curtailment at its Mackenzie sawmill and the permanent elimination of one shift at its Isle Pierre sawmill.
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Tola said Mab had made the threats after a group of community members inspected and took pictures of illegal activities at four sawmill locations in O'Chras village, which are owned by Mab, on June 15.
COMPRISING a main house, two cottages, a bakery, and various outbuildings, The Old Sawmill offers huge scope for potential buyers.