Translation of clamp in Spanish:
- 1.1 (join, fasten)1.2 (British English) (Cars) [colloquial]to clamp a carsujetar con abrazaderasponerle el cepo a un cocheExample sentences
- To make a bolt, a smith clamped the screw plate onto a rod of cold, soft iron and turned it down the rod.
- I clamp a steel straight edge in a vise and just draw the surface over the steel edge a few times.
- Plan your cuts so that the direction of the wood grain parallels the long edges and clamp a straightedge to the plywood to guide your cuts.
- My hands convulsively clenched, my teeth clamped together, my nostrils flared, my lips curled, and a red mist descended in front of my eyes.
- ‘What you mean is that you would like to stay the night’ Raven nodded, lips clamped together tight.
- His hands clamped together between his knees, making his knuckles turn white as thoughts tumbled through his head.
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