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screw-in

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Definition of screw-in in English:

adjective

Adapted or designed to be attached by screwing into something: man-made sole, screw-in studs
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  • If, like me, you tend to do a lot of walking when fishing, studs are essential items, and you can add screw-in studs to felt soles.
  • Long ago, a footballer had two pairs of boots - multistudded or moulded boots for very dry and hard surface conditions, and screw-in studs for the softer surfaces.
  • The promising new sole looks to be more durable with beefier knobs and optional screw-in studs for gobs of traction on steep hike-a-bike sections.

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