Definición de pintle en inglés:

pintle

Saltos de línea: pin¦tle
Pronunciación: /ˈpɪnt(ə)l
 
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sustantivo

A pin or bolt on which a rudder or other part turns.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A little further aft, pintles and ammunition for machine guns and rapid-firing anti-aircraft guns lie on the seabed, with a gun and its armoured shield among the debris.
  • The hinges are flat straps across the front, which bend over the pintles and form a short neat strap on the back, ending in split curls.
  • The internal armament of the helicopter comprises a pintle mounted 7.62 mm machine gun and a door gunner post for a 12.7mm general purpose machine gun.

Origen

Old English pintel 'penis', perhaps a diminutive; compare with Dutch pint and German Pint 'penis', of unknown ultimate origin.

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