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brace US English

A device that clamps things tightly together or that gives support, in particular

in brace US English

A pair of something, typically of birds or mammals killed in hunting

brace US Thesaurus

the aquarium is supported by wooden braces

brace up US English

Be strong or courageous

angle brace US English

Anything fixed across the angle between two components of a structure to impart rigidity or stability; especially a straight piece of timber fixed obliquely across a right angle.

main brace US English

One of the braces attached to the main yard of a sailing ship

wheel brace US English

A tool for screwing and unscrewing nuts on the wheel of a vehicle

French brace US English

Woodworking a brace and bit drill on which the user applies pressure from the chest while drilling; compare breast-drill.

trench brace US English

An adjustable brace or jack positioned between the walls of a trench to support the shoring used on those walls.

brace and bit US English

A revolving tool with a D-shaped crank handle for boring

brace up in brace US English

Be strong or courageous