Jigsaw ( noun , noun )

(As a noun)

Jigsaw ( noun )

A power tool with a reciprocating blade, used for cutting curves or intricate shapes in wood or other materials.

Origin:

The word jigsaw is derived from the tool which it describes, which is itself named after its inventor, a certain mr. jigsaw who invented it in the 18th century.

Examples:

  1. The carpenter used a jigsaw to cut the intricate designs in the wooden panel.
  2. He carefully guided the jigsaw along the traced line to cut out the shape of a bird.
  3. The jigsaw is a versatile tool that can be used to make many different cuts.
  4. The jigsaw is a popular choice for cutting curves in laminate flooring.
  5. The jigsaw is a powerful tool that can cut through thick materials with ease.

(As a noun)

Jigsaw ( noun )

A power tool with a reciprocating blade, used for cutting curves or intricate shapes in wood or other materials.

Origin:

The word jigsaw is derived from the tool which it describes, which is itself named after its inventor, a certain mr. jigsaw who invented it in the 18th century.

Examples:

  1. The carpenter used a jigsaw to cut the intricate designs in the wooden panel.
  2. He carefully guided the jigsaw along the traced line to cut out the shape of a bird.
  3. The jigsaw is a versatile tool that can be used to make many different cuts.
  4. The jigsaw is a popular choice for cutting curves in laminate flooring.
  5. The jigsaw is a powerful tool that can cut through thick materials with ease.
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