Definition of chainsaw in English:

chainsaw

Line breaks: chain|saw
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃeɪnsɔː
 
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noun

A mechanical power-driven cutting tool with teeth set on a chain which moves around the edge of a blade.
More example sentences
  • Ice-divers in Canada use chainsaws, but a chainsaw would not be much use on a wreck.
  • Red Cross centres are also running low on supplies, with shortages of water tanks, pumps, hoses, chainsaws and hand tools.
  • She was currently what can only be described as hacking the beast up, using the delicate surgery use tools like hatchets and chainsaws.

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