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English words containing bolts:

Bolts

bəʊlt

Meanings of Bolts:

verb

(of a horse or other animal) run away suddenly, typically from fear.

Usage examples:

The horses shied and bolted
noun

A roll of fabric, originally as a measure.

Usage examples:

The room was stacked with bolts of cloth

Meanings of Eyebolts:

noun

A bolt or bar with an eye at the end for attaching a hook or ring to.

Meanings of Kingbolts:

noun

A kingpin in a mechanical structure.

Usage examples:

The adjusting disks thereby invariably define a position of the kingbolt with respect to the suppor…

Meanings of Nuts and bolts:

phrase

The basic practical details.

Usage examples:

The nuts and bolts of making a movie
idiom

The practical facts about a particular thing, rather than theories or ideas about it

Usage examples:

When it came to the nuts and bolts of running a business, he was clearly unable to cope.

Ringbolts

ˈrɪŋbəʊlt

Meanings of Ringbolts:

noun

A bolt with a ring attached for fitting a rope to.

Usage examples:

The old man, meanwhile, was holding onto a ringbolt while lying on the deck and propping his feet a…

Thunderbolts

ˈθʌn.də.bəʊlt

Meanings of Thunderbolts:

noun

A flash of lightning with a simultaneous crash of thunder.

Usage examples:

I expect she was trying to escape the suffolk weather, which, when it's not bombarding us with thun…

Meanings of Unbolts:

verb

Open (a door or window) by drawing back a bolt.

Usage examples:

He ran down the stairs and unbolted the heavy wooden door

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