Definition of go-devil in English:

go-devil

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noun

North American , chiefly historical
1A crude sled, used chiefly for dragging logs.
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  • Attention, during all the trips a carer/guide is present, both on the go-devils and bicycles.
2A jointed apparatus for cleaning pipelines.
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  • At present neither go-devil can sample formation fluids, but it should be feasible to develop this capability.
  • Certain tools can work as a go-devil because their diameter is very close to 3.75 in.
  • The ends of said body are adapted to the inner cross-section of the conduit in such a way that the outside of the go-devil tightly rests on the inside of the conduit over the entire circumference thereof.

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