In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1alicate masculinealicates masculinepinza feminine River Platepinzas feminine River Platea pair of pliers — un(os) alicate(s)
- The metal slips a little, but locks in the double knot at crooks he's bent with the pliers.
- For the bolt turns, use vise grips or pliers to hold the bolt below the nut, to unscrew the nut.
- Picking up a pair of discarded pliers he snipped two wires and replaced some of the others.
- You'll need either needle-nose pliers or large tweezers with flat ends that meet tightly.
- The tools used are easily available: pliers, wire cutters, a file and a small mallet.
- With pliers, bend the wire ends back into the button so they won't snag the garment fabric.
- The array of pincers, pliers, and other stuff required to sink the teeth into a crab or lobster is enough to scare most people away.
- Merely push the pins down and use a pair of needle nose pliers to push the pin out.
- These pliers trim wire which you'll need to do if you install switches or rewire a lamp.
- And I have a pair of pliers with screwdriver and knife attached.
- He called for some pliers, disconnected the wire, and removed the fairing.
- For three years I've been bleeding our radiators by using a set of longnose pliers to grip the screw-end.
- Right next to his corpse, electric wires, clippers, pliers, and screwdrivers lie strewn across the sidewalk.
- Anyone who has struggled with screwdrivers and needle nose pliers, will be happy with the mechanism here.
- Using round-nose pliers, unbend the wire handle ends inside the box and feed on large beads with large holes.
- If you won't take a multi-tool, at least take a pair of needle-nose pliers and a screwdriver of each denomination!
- Place the blade in a vice when possible or use a second pair of pliers or vice grips to hold the blade while you turn the barrel.
- The stripper is simply a small hand tool that resembles a pair of cutting pliers.
- Now replace the wire loop on the back of the pliers and pull the wire across the top of the bottom wire to form a right angle.
- I always take some wire crimps and crimping pliers and a few swivels.
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