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chape definition

  • noun:
    • A metal tip or mounting on a scabbard or sheath.
    • The piece through which an object is attached with one thing, such as the frog of a scabbard or the metal cycle at the rear of a buckle by which it's fastened to a strap.
    • The transverse shield of a sword or dagger.
    • The lower metallic limit of a sword's scabbard.
    • The piece through which an object is mounted on something, due to the fact frog of a scabbard or even the metal loop at the rear of a buckle where it really is fastened to a strap.
    • The transverse guard of a sword or dagger.
    • The material dish or tip which protects the termination of a scabbard, buckle, etc.
    • A metal tip or case offering to strengthen the termination of a scabbard.
    • an identical protection when it comes to end of a strap or belt.
    • A metal tip or mounting on a scabbard or sheath.
    • In bronze-casting, the outer shell or case associated with the mildew, occasionally composed of sort of structure which can be used upon the wax, and sometimes of an outer covering or coat of plaster when the bits of the earthen mildew take place together.
    • The piece through which an object is attached with anything, including the frog of a scabbard or the steel cycle at the back of a buckle by which it's fastened to a strap.
    • A barrel containing another barrel which holds gun-powder.
    • The transverse shield of a sword or dagger.
    • That element of an object wherein its attached with something different, whilst the sliding cycle on a belt to which a bayonet-scabbard is secured, or perhaps the back-piece by which a buckle is fixed to a strap or a garment.
    • the low metallic cap of a sword's scabbard.
    • the termination of a bridle-rein where it is buckled to your bit.
    • The piece by which an object is mounted on some thing, whilst the frog of a scabbard or even the steel loop at the rear of a buckle where it is fastened to a strap.
    • Among hunters, the tip of a fox's tail.
    • The transverse guard of a sword or dagger.
    • The steel dish or tip which shields the end of a scabbard, buckle, etc.
    • A metal tip or situation providing to strengthen the termination of a scabbard.
    • an equivalent protection the end of a strap or buckle.
    • In bronze-casting, the external shell or situation associated with the mildew, often composed of a sort of structure which can be used upon the wax, and sometimes of an outer covering or jacket of plaster in which the bits of the earthen mold are held together.
    • A barrel containing another barrel which holds gun-powder.
    • That part of an object in which it is mounted on something else, as the sliding cycle on a belt to which a bayonet-scabbard is guaranteed, or perhaps the back-piece through which a buckle is fixed to a strap or a garment.
    • the termination of a bridle-rein in which it's buckled towards little bit.
    • Among hunters, the end of a fox's end.
  • others:
    • To furnish with chapes.
    • To furnish with chapes.
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