Results for drill

Definitions of drill:

part of speech: verb transitive

To exercise, e. g. soldiers or pupils.

part of speech: noun

A tool for boring or making holes in a hard substance; a machine for sowing seeds in rows; military exercise; thorough instruction, especially by means of frequent repetition.

part of speech: verb transitive

To pierce with a boring tool; bore; instruct thoroughly; train; sow in lines or rows.

part of speech: verb

To pierce or bore with a drill; to train to, as a soldier by military exercises; to educate by repeated acts.

part of speech: verb

To let corn dribble along a furrow or channel like a trickling rill of water.

part of speech: verb transitive

To sow in rows.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To engage in military exercises.

part of speech: noun

A row or furrow to put seed into in sowing.

part of speech: verb transitive

To pierce through with a revolving borer ( this implies tremor, and connects DRILL with THRILL).

part of speech: noun

The exercising of soldiers.

part of speech: noun

In agriculture, a row of grain or seed sown or planted in a furrow; the trench or channel so sown.

part of speech: noun

An instrument that bores.

part of speech: noun

A pointed instr. for boring holes; the act of training in military exercises.

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