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Bolt Meaning in Bengali. Bolt শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Bolt meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Bolt".

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Bolt বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Bolt in English? What does Bolt mean? What is another word for Bolt? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: bolt, bolt down, bolt from blue, bolt from the blue, bolt upright, bolt-action, bolt-cutting, bolt-forging, bolt-head, bolt-hole,

Bolt Example in a sentence

Bolt Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for bolt

To secure the end of a bolt by burring the point with a hammer.

Crocodiles and alligators do not nibble at their prey, but bolt it as a snake does a frog.

And if the bolt fell truly, there was loud laughter on the walls.

He remembered that the bolt was drawn, and this reassured him.

The bolt of the gods stuns as it falls, but it intoxicates also.

A groan, a whispered colloquy, then the rattle of bolt and chain.

"Do like me," she said, and shot him a glance that was a bolt from the blue.

He walked to the door, drew back the bolt, bowed, and left the room.

His plan was to light the candle, dispatch a porter with the message, and bolt for home.

"I knocked him down as he was making a bolt," said the policeman.

Bolt History and Origin

History of: Bolt

Bolt Synonyms

screw pin nut rod pipe fastener spike latch lag bar coupling lock stake dowel stud catch skewer peg staple rivet padlock brad sliding bar

Bolt Definition

a movable bar or rod that when slid into a socket fastens a door, gate, etc.
the part of a lock that is shot from and drawn back into the case, as by the action of the key.
any of several types of strong fastening rods, pins, or screws, usually threaded to receive a nut.
a sudden dash, run, flight, or escape.
a sudden desertion from a meeting, political party, social movement, etc.
a length of woven goods, especially as it comes on a roll from the loom.
a roll of wallpaper.
Bookbinding. the three edges of a folded sheet that must be cut so that the leaves can be opened.
a rod, bar, or plate that closes the breech of a breechloading rifle, especially a sliding rod or bar that shoves a cartridge into the firing chamber as it closes the breech.
a jet of water, molten glass, etc.
an arrow, especially a short, heavy one for a crossbow.
a shaft of lightning; thunderbolt.
a length of timber to be cut into smaller pieces.
a slice from a log, as a short, round piece of wood used for a chopping block.
verb (used with object)
to fasten with or as with a bolt.
to discontinue support of or participation in; break with:
to bolt a political party.
to shoot or discharge (a missile), as from a crossbow or catapult.
to utter hastily; say impulsively; blurt out.
to swallow (one's food or drink) hurriedly:
She bolted her breakfast and ran to school.
to make (cloth, wallpaper, etc.) into bolts.
Fox Hunting. (of hounds) to force (a fox) into the open.
verb (used without object)
to make a sudden, swift dash, run, flight, or escape; spring away suddenly:
The rabbit bolted into its burrow.
to break away, as from one's political party.
to eat hurriedly or without chewing.
Horticulture. to produce flowers or seeds prematurely.
Archaic. with sudden meeting or collision; suddenly.
bolt from the blue, a sudden and entirely unforeseen event:
His decision to leave college was a bolt from the blue for his parents.
Also, bolt out of the blue.
bolt upright, stiffly upright; rigidly straight:
The explosive sound caused him to sit bolt upright in his chair.
shoot one's bolt, Informal. to make an exhaustive effort or expenditure:
The lawyer shot his bolt the first day of the trial and had little to say thereafter.

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