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eyebolt

Syllabification: eye·bolt
Pronunciation: /ˈībōlt
 
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Definition of eyebolt in English:

noun

A bolt or bar with an eye at the end for attaching a hook or ring to.
Example sentences
  • To do the job you'll need a 30-inch piece of 1/4-inch iron about 4 inches wide, two 1/2-inch lag bolts with washers, and an eye bolt with nuts, washers and lock washers.
  • Prisoners are forced to stand, handcuffed and with their feet shackled to an eye bolt in the floor for more than 40 hours.
  • The AN3-14a must pass through the eye of the eye bolt.

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