Translation of hammer in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (tool) the hammer and sicklela hoz y el martilloto go at it hammer and tongs(fight) luchar a brazo partido(argue) discutir acaloradamente(work) trabajar a toda máquina
darle duro [colloquial]Example sentences1.2 (auctioneer's gavel) an important painting is to go under the hammer at next Tuesday's sale
el martes que viene se subastará or (in South America also) se rematará un cuadro importanteExample sentences
- Grip pressure should be firm but not tight - about the way you would grip a hammer's handle while driving nails.
- Most of the project requires basic wood-working tools - a circular saw, a saber saw, an electric drill, a hammer, and a nail set.
- Before you hit your sales reps with a lot of questions or break out the hammer and nails to begin building displays, do an assessment of your shop.
- City fans will be given a chance to get hold of their own piece of football history when items from Maine Road go under the auctioneer's hammers.
- A auctioneer lowers his hammer as a painting believed to be a work by Vincent Van Gogh is sold for US $550,000 in Tokyo yesterday.
- Before I knew it my arm flew up, the auctioneer banged the hammer down and she was mine!
- 2 2.1 (in piano)Example sentences2.2 (in gun) 2.3 (in ear)
- On the other hand, Debussy seems at times to call for a delicacy beyond the capability of fingers or for a piano which has no hammers at all.
- The SFS adds a mechanical hammer block to prevent the hammer from hitting the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled.
- If struck a hard blow, the hammers are designed to shear rather than override the sears.
- The findings are drawn from examination of the hammer, anvil and stirrup bones in the ears of Homo heidelbergensis fossils, also known as Boxgrove Man.
- The drum vibrates with the sound and rattles three small bones: the hammer, anvil and stirrup.
- There they became the anvil and the hammer, minute bones that transmit sound from the eardrum to the stirrup bone and, ultimately, to the inner ear.
- 3 (Sport) to throw the hammerlanzar el martillowho won the hammer?¿quién ganó en martillo?Example sentences
- And what about if the hockey was taking place on the same field that they were throwing the hammer and javelin.
- For Skyrac AC Nicola Jackson threw the hammer 39.22m for sixth place.
- Aidan Kelly scored top points when finishing in 1st place in the hammer with a throw of 36.24.
- There is also a track surface to provide a run-up for the javelin meaning the only disciplines the facility cannot currently play host to is the hammer and pole vault.
- We are very strong here in Sligo on the track, but quite weak in some field events such as pole vault, high jump and hammer.
- In the under-17 events, James Nagle won gold in the hammer and shot putt contests.
- 1.1(nail)she tried to hammer the rules into them
clavar (con un martillo)intentó meterles las reglas en la cabezaExample sentences1.2 (hit) he hammered the ball into the net
clavó el balón en la red1.3 (defeat) [colloquial]darle una paliza a [colloquial]they were o got hammered in their last game [colloquial]les dieron una paliza en el último partido [colloquial]Example sentences1.4 (criticize)
- With the birds already in the construction I couldn't start hammering a new thing onto it, nor could they really be moved for fear of traumatising the newborn ducklings.
- We heard the rhythmic pounding as the spear points were hammered onto shafts of ash wood.
- A golden spike was hammered into the ground to symbolize the momentous occasion.
- Although Skolars were hammered by a record score in the last game against Batley, Moorby is still taking the game seriously.
- We got a glimpse of what may be possible when we hammered Doncaster in the opening game.
- Swinging early and connecting often, the Giants hammered Curt Schilling and Brian Anderson in the first two games.
also: hammered past participleto get hammered (British English) [colloquial]emborracharse
- This is the first time I've ever had a case where in a shoplifting situation somebody has been hammered this relentlessly.
- The author has been hammered by critics into a tiny ball of bloody gunk over the last few months.
- They just attacked me, hammered me at the book signing.
- 1.1 (strike)dar golpes(with hammer) dar martillazosto hammer
atsomethinggolpear algoto hammer
aalgo onsomethinggolpear algoto hammer on the doorgolpear la puertathe rain was hammering on the roofla lluvia martilleaba or golpeteaba sobre el tejadoExample sentences1.2 (throb) my heart was hammering
el corazón me latía con fuerzamy head was hammeringtenía la cabeza a punto de estallar
- On a coffee table in their sitting room stood two cups of cold coffee and the remains of two cream cakes - all that was left of the snack they abandoned last night when a neighbour hammered on their door and told them they had to get out.
- Stephen then hammered on the door of a house to get help and an elderly man let him in and comforted him for half-an-hour before he walked for five minutes up the road to his home.
- Both Mr Noble and Mr Roper then hammered on the room doors along the corridor to rouse other guests before dashing upstairs to wake people on the top floor.
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