Definition of Kango in English:

Kango

Line breaks: Kango
Pronunciation: /ˈkaŋɡəʊ
 
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noun (plural Kangoes)

trademark
A heavy electrically powered hammer.
More example sentences
  • After the concrete drain was uncovered the fire crew used specialist cutting equipment and a Kango hammer to smash their way to the exhausted dog.
  • He broke down walls with a lump hammer, attacked concrete steps with a Kango drill, filled wheelbarrows with rubble and dumped it in skips.
  • The items stolen include a Bosch router, Makita rip saw, Dewalt chop saw, Kango concrete breaker, Bosch strimmer and a roll of Tyvec roofing felt.

Origin

1920s: of unknown origin.

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