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

"Buckle Meaning"


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

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Similar Words: buckland, bucklandite, buckle, buckle down, buckle under, buckle-beggar, buckled, buckled down, buckled under, buckleless,

Buckle Example in a sentence

Buckle Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for buckle

If the panel is badly fitted or stuck, it may buckle or split, or the frame be split or forced apart at the joints.

And the old soldier burst into tears, when he found he could not buckle it.

“So do I,” agreed Leslie, as a somewhat fresher puff took the brig and caused the spars to buckle still more ominously.

The hook (Fig. 14) is better than a buckle, because it lies flatter and is easier to arrange.

We should wear it as a breastplate, and buckle it on as our armour.

In the haste of my departure from the ship I had forgotten to buckle it on.

Buckle's unfavourable judgment has been turned into a formula which has often been repeated.

Come, keep on that shirt; let your leggings sweat where they are, and buckle this about you.

Buckle was the great advocate of the primacy of intellectual development in the sense of increase of natural knowledge.

The snapping of a strap, or the slipping of a buckle, might have hurled him into eternity.

Buckle History and Origin

History of: Buckle

Word Origin & History

buckle "spiked metal ring for holding a belt, etc., c.1300, bukel, from O.Fr. bocle "boss (of a shield), buckle, metal ring," 12c., from L. buccula "cheek strap of a helmet," dim. of bucca "cheek." The verb in this sense is late 14c., bokelen.

Buckle Synonyms

clamp clip catch harness fastening hasp clasp fibula

Buckle Definition

noun
1.
a clasp consisting of a rectangular or curved rim with one or more movable tongues, fixed to one end of a belt or strap, used for fastening to the other end of the same strap or to another strap.
2.
any similar contrivance used for such purposes.
3.
an ornament of metal, beads, etc., of similar appearance.
4.
a bend, bulge, or kink, as in a board or saw blade.
verb (used with object), buckled, buckling.
5.
to fasten with a buckle or buckles:
Buckle your seat belt.
6.
to shrivel, by applying heat or pressure; bend; curl.
7.
to prepare (oneself) for action; apply (oneself) vigorously to something.
8.
to bend, warp, or cause to give way suddenly, as with heat or pressure.
verb (used without object), buckled, buckling.
9.
to close or fasten with a buckle:
Grandmother always wore shoes that buckled.
10.
to prepare oneself or apply oneself:
The student buckled to the lesson.
11.
to bend, warp, bulge, or collapse:
The bridge buckled in the storm.
12.
to yield, surrender, or give way to another (often followed by under):
She refused to take the medicine, but buckled under when the doctor told her to.
Verb phrases
13.
buckle down, to set to work with vigor; concentrate on one's work:
He was by nature a daydreamer and found it hard to buckle down.
14.
buckle up, to fasten one's belt, seat belt, or buckles:
She won't start the car until we've all buckled up.

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