Word: turnbuckle

 

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Translations: turnbuckle

spanish
tensor, torniquete, esquinero, el tensor


german
spannwirbel

french
tendeur, ridoir, tourillon, tendeurs

italian
tenditore, tenditore a vite, arridatoio, tirante

portuguese
tensor, esticador, do tensor, parafuso tensor

dutch
spanschroef, spanslot, kabelspanner, de spanschroef

russian
фаркоп, прицепное устройство, талреп, прицепное, стяжную гайку

norwegian
strekkfisk, Spennmuttre, strekkfisken

swedish
stagsträckare, vantskruv, vantskruven, vant

finnish
Vanttiruuvit, vanttiruuvin, vanttiruuvia, vanttiruuvilla, Turnbuckle

danish
wirestrammer, vantskrue, bardunstrammer, wirestrammeren

czech
napínák, Napínací zámek, Stahovací zámek, napínáky, napínáků

polish
ściągacz

hungarian
csatlakozószerelvény, Kötésfeszítőcsavarok, Karmos szorító, feszítőcsavar

turkish
bağlantı aracı, çeki demiri, germe donanımı, germe düzeni

greek
σφιγκτήρ συνδέων δύο ράβδους, εντατήρας, εντατήρα, Κλειδαριά εντάσεως

ukrainian
фаркоп, ФАРКОПИ

bulgarian
винтова стяга, Търнбъкъл, фаркоп, Обтегачен, винтовата стяга

belarusian
фаркоп

estonian
talreppi, kruvipinguti, pingutusmuhvi, pingutuslukuga

croatian
zatezač, zatezač na

icelandic
strekkjari, Turnbuckle

lithuanian
farkopas, tepalo siurblys

latvian
vārpsta, seglierīce

romanian
cuplare, întinzător cu filet, de tensionare, tensionare, întinzător

slovenian
natezni, natezni vijak, napenjalni vijak, natezalno sponko

slovak
napinák, hák, napínač, napínák, napínak

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The meaning and "use of": turnbuckle

noun
  • a coupling with female screw threads used to connect two rods, lengths of boat rigging, etc., lengthwise and to regulate their length or tension.

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