dwang definition

  • noun:
    • A horizontal wood (or metal) area utilized in the construction of a building.
    • a big metal crowbar.
    • an item of timber set between two men, articles, etc., to stiffen and help all of them.
    • some sort of crowbar.
    • A large wrench.
    • A strut inserted involving the timbers of a floor to stiffen them.
    • A horizontal timber (or metallic) area utilized in the construction of a building.
    • a sizable steel crowbar.
    • a bit of wood set between two men, articles, etc., to stiffen and help them.
    • a type of crowbar.
    • a sizable wrench.
    • A strut inserted involving the timbers of a floor to stiffen all of them.

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