boot clamp

хомут чехла

English-russian automobile dictionary. 2013.

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  • Boot (disambiguation) — Boot may refer to: * Boot, a type of shoe that covers the foot and ankle, and often the shins of the leg ** Derived from this meaning, to boot can mean: *** to kick something or someone *** to evict *** to be terminated from a place of employment …   Wikipedia

  • clamp — [[t]klæ̱mp[/t]] clamps, clamping, clamped 1) N COUNT A clamp is a device that holds two things firmly together. 2) VERB When you clamp one thing to another, you fasten the two things together with a clamp. [V n to n] Somebody forgot to bring… …   English dictionary

  • clamp — clamp1 [klæmp] v [T] 1.) [always + adverb/preposition] to put or hold something in a position so that it cannot move ▪ She clamped her hands over her ears. ▪ Creed opened his mouth to speak, then clamped it shut . 2.) clamp sanctions/restrictions …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • boot — boot1 W3S2 [bu:t] n [Sense: 1 3, 5 7; Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: bote] [Sense: 4; Date: 1300 1400; : Old English; Origin: bot advantage, profit, use ] 1.) a type of shoe that covers your whole foot and the lower part of your leg →↑ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • clamp — 1 verb (T) 1 (always + adv/prep) to fasten or hold two things together using a clamp: clamp sth together/onto etc: Clamp the two parts together until the glue dries. 2 (always + adv/prep) to put or hold something in a position where it does not… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • boot — [[t]bu͟ːt[/t]] ♦♦♦ boots, booting, booted 1) N COUNT Boots are shoes that cover your whole foot and the lower part of your leg. → See also wellington He sat in a kitchen chair, reached down and pulled off his boots... He was wearing riding pants …   English dictionary

  • clamp — clamp1 [ klæmp ] verb transitive 1. ) clamp to/around/on to put or hold something firmly in position: Jack has always got a cellphone clamped to his ear. a ) to hold two things together using a clamp 2. ) often passive BRITISH to put a piece of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • boot — 1 /bu:t/ noun (C) 1 SHOE a type of shoe that covers your whole foot and the lower part of your leg: a pair of old army boots 2 JOB informal a) get the boot to be forced to leave your job b) give sb the boot to dismiss someone from their job; sack …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • boot — 1. noun /buːt,bu̟ːˀt/ a) A heavy shoe that covers part of the leg. Please put the luggage in the boot, not on the seats. b) A blow with the foot; a kick. It took three boots, but I finally got the application installed …   Wiktionary

  • denver boot — noun Usage: usually capitalized D Etymology: from Denver, Colo., where it was first used in the United States : a metal clamp that locks onto one of the wheels of an automobile and must be unlocked before a motorist can drive off (as after… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wheel clamp — A modern wheel clamp placed on a vehicle for a parking violation in Melbourne by the Victorian Sheriff; note the tyre spikes and panel preventing the vehicl …   Wikipedia

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