Jackhammer ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jackhammer ( noun )

A power tool consisting of a cylinder with a handle, used for breaking up concrete and asphalt.

Origin:

From the name of charles brady king, who invented it + hammer.

Examples:

  1. The workers used jackhammers to break up the concrete sidewalk.
  2. The noise from the jackhammer was almost unbearable.
  3. The jackhammer is a powerful tool that can break through hard surfaces.
  4. The jackhammer operator needs to wear ear protection.
  5. The jackhammer's vibration can cause hand-arm vibration syndrome.

(As a verb)

Jackhammer ( verb )

A power tool consisting of a cylinder with a handle, used for breaking up concrete and asphalt.

Origin:

From the name of charles brady king, who invented it + hammer.

Examples:

  1. The workers used jackhammers to break up the concrete sidewalk.
  2. The noise from the jackhammer was almost unbearable.
  3. The jackhammer is a powerful tool that can break through hard surfaces.
  4. The jackhammer operator needs to wear ear protection.
  5. The jackhammer's vibration can cause hand-arm vibration syndrome.
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