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vice

noun [C] (TOOL)
工具
mainly UK ( US usually vise)
 
 
/vaɪs/
a tool with two parts which can be moved together by tightening a screw so that an object can be held firmly between them while it is being worked on
老虎钳;台钳
Vices are often used to hold pieces of wood that are being cut or smoothed.
台钳常常用来固定需要切割或磨光的木块。
Her hand tightened like a vice around his arm.
她的手像老虎钳子一样紧紧抓住他的手臂。
ToolsGardening tools
Translations of “vice”
in Spanish torno de banco…
in Arabic رَذيلة…
in Korean 비행…
in Portuguese vício…
in French étau…
in German der Schraubstock…
in Catalan vici…
in Japanese 悪癖…
in Russian порок, зло, преступление…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工具, 老虎鉗, 台鉗…
in Italian vizio…
in Turkish zaaf, kusur, kişilik zayıflığı…
in Polish wada, prostytucja i narkotyki, imadło…
(Definition of vice noun (TOOL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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