Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, 8th edition

bait bench bind er

BrE /ˈbaɪndə(r)/ NAmE /ˈbaɪndər/ noun

1 [countable] a hard cover for holding sheets of paper, magazines, etc. together
a ring binder See picture

2 [countable] a person or machine that puts covers on books 3 [countable, uncountable] a substance that makes things stick or mix together in a
solid form

4 [countable] a machine that fastens wheat into bunches after it has been cut

buckle bunk chain clog creep crumble dare dock fasten flick gear heal height high hinder hook karabiner knot ladder lean log muscle

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slot spring squeeze stack strain strap stretch er noun. verb • BrE /ˈstretʃə(r)/ NAmE /ˈstretʃər/ noun © Oxford University Press. uncountable] a situation when there is not enough of the people or things that are needed food/housing/water shortages a shortage of funds There is no shortage of (= there are plenty of) things to do in the town. 8th edition nest Pole BrE /pəʊl/ NAmE /poʊl/ noun a person from Poland rope scar screw screw driver • BrE /ˈskruːdraɪvə(r)/ noun 1 a tool with a narrow blade that is specially shaped at the end. used for turning screws 2 a cocktail (= an alcoholic drink) made from vodka and orange juice short age • BrE /ˈʃɔːtɪdʒ/ NAmE /ˈʃɔːrtɪdʒ/ noun [countable.Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. 2010 .

She was stretchered into the waiting ambulance./prep. [usually passive] to carry sb somewhere on a stretcher He was stretchered off the pitch with a broken leg.Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. stretcher cases (= people too badly injured to be able to walk) verb ~ sb + adv. 2010 . 8th edition a long piece of strong cloth with a pole on each side. used for carrying sb who is sick or injured and who cannot walk He was carried off on a stretcher. weigh width © Oxford University Press.

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