drill bit

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a set of drill bits

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  • enPR: drĭlʹ bĭt


drill bit (plural drill bits)

  1. A twist drill.
  2. Any other style of cutter, for example a spade drill, that is rotated and fed in a similar manner as a twist drill to of cut a hole in metal, wood or other materials.


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