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Japanese translation of “screw”

screw

noun
 
/skruː/
a small, pointed piece of metal that you turn round and round to fasten things together
ねじ, ねじくぎ
have a screw loose If you say that someone has a screw loose, you mean that they behave in a strange way and seem slightly mentally ill.
頭がおかしい, 頭のねじが緩んでいる
(Definition of screw noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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