A carpenter's tool for boring holes larger than those bored by a gimlet. It has a handle placed crosswise by which it is turned with both hands. A pod auger is one with a straight channel or groove, like the half of a bean pod. A screw auger has a twisted blade, by the spiral groove of which the chips are discharge.
An instrument for boring or perforating soils or rocks, for determining the quality of soils, or the nature of the rocks or strata upon which they lie, and for obtaining water.
A hand or machine-operated tool with a screw-like shank for boring holes in soil.
A rotating, screw-type device that moves material through a cylinder. In alcohol production, it is used to transfer grains from storage to the grinding site to the cooker.
An instrument for boring holes larger than those made by a bit or gimlet; consisting of a helix with cutting prongs or edges.
A tool for boring holes in wood, having a long pointed shank with a cutting edge and a screw point and a handle fixed with right angles to the top of the shank.
(verb) To dig in, to grind one's face into the dirt.
A tubular tool with opposed cutting edges used for drilling in cohesive soils.
a big drill that makes a nice hole for you from which to fish
a corkscrew-tipped tool that removes a short plug of soil with each twist of the handle
a hollow drill that takes a core sample of soil from the ground
a large mechanical screw inside a tube, which draws up grain
a one piece, rotating, screw-type device that moves the chocolate from the center to the top of the fountain through a cylinder
a special drill that is hand operated and made for drilling holes into the ice
a spiral shaped tool that moves materials or liquids from one area to another
a tool that is rotated and pushed into the ground to create a hole
a tool used for boring holes
a tool which a carpenter uses it to bore holes in wood
A rotary drill that uses a screw device to penetrate, break, and then transport the drilled material.
A helical rotary tool for drilling a cylindrical hole in soil and/or rock.
A device used when soil boring for samples, or well installation purposes. Augers can be hand or mechanically driven.
Big crash, drilling into the dirt upon impact.
The spiral in a snack vending machine that delivers the product.
A lamp auger is a special long drill made to drill flex holes in lamps. It is passed through the hollow tailstock into the revolving wood through a special guide bush.
In carpentry, a wood-boring tool used by a carpenter to bore holes.
v. to involuntarily take drill samples of the local geology (usually with your face) during a crash. See face plant.
to involuntarily take samples of the local geology, usually with one's face, during a crash. See face plant.
The part which actually digs the hole. As it turns, it removes the soil from the hole and augers it up the flighting.
any of various tools or devices having a helical shaft or member that are used for boring holes
A screw conveyor used to distribute paving material transversely ahead of the screed.
Drill used to retrieve soil samples.
a carpenter's tool for boring holes in wood.
Spiral-shaped tool for boring holes in wood. Also a drill bit.
An instrument or device used for boring or forcing through materials or soil.
An auger is a device for moving material or liquid by means of a rotating helical flighting. The material is moved along the axis of rotation. A drill bit uses this mechanism to remove shavings from a hole being drilled.