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screws, plural;
  1. Fasten or tighten with a screw or screws
    • - screw the hinge to your new door
  2. Rotate (something) so as to fit it into or on to a surface or object by means of a spiral thread
    • - Philip screwed the top on the flask
  3. (of an object) Be attached or removed by being rotated in this way
    • - a connector that screws on to the gas cylinder
  4. Turn one's head or body around sharply
    • - he screwed his head around to try and find the enemy
  5. Cheat or swindle (someone), esp. by charging them too much for something
    • - if you do what they tell you, you're screwed
    • - we ended up getting more money than what they were trying to screw us for
  6. Extort or force something, esp. money, from (someone) by putting them under strong pressure
    • - your grandmother screwed cash out of him for ten years
  7. vulgar. Have sexual intercourse with

  8. vulgar. (of a couple) Have sexual intercourse

  9. vulgar. Used to express anger or contempt
    • - Screw him!
  1. A short, slender, sharp-pointed metal pin with a raised helical thread running around it and a slotted head, used to join things together by being rotated so that it pierces wood or other material and is held tightly in place

  2. A cylinder with a helical ridge or thread running around the outside (a male screw) that can be turned to seal an opening, apply pressure, adjust position, etc., esp. one fitting into a corresponding internally grooved or threaded piece (a female screw)

  3. An instrument of torture acting in this way

  4. A ship's or aircraft's propeller (considered as acting like a screw in moving through water or air)

  5. An act of turning a screw or other object having a thread

  6. A small twisted-up piece of paper, used as a container for a substance such as salt or tobacco

  7. A prisoner's derogatory term for a prison guard or warden

  8. vulgar. An act of sexual intercourse

  9. vulgar. A sexual partner of a specified ability

  10. An amount of salary or wages
    • - he's offered me the job with a jolly good screw
  11. A mean or miserly person

  12. A worn-out horse

  1. prison guard: someone who guards prisoners
  2. sleep together: have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
  3. a simple machine of the inclined-plane type consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded hole
  4. turn like a screw
  5. a propeller with several angled blades that rotates to push against water or air
  6. cause to penetrate, as with a circular motion; "drive in screws or bolts"
  7. A screw, or bolt, is a type of fastener characterized by a helical ridge, known as an external thread or just thread, wrapped around a cylinder. ...
  8. Screw (typeset as SCREW) is an indie Japanese Visual Kei rock band signed to Indie PSC after leaving their previous label SPEED-DISK.
  9. Screw or Moonshine is a card game where the players try to be the first to lose all their cards. Like Palase, it is derived from the Danish (card game).
  10. Screw (stylized as SCREW) is the J-pop singer, Kotoko's 14th single. This was released on December 16, 2009. The titular track was used as the theme song for Mamoru Oshii's film Assault Girls.
  11. Screw is a weekly pornographic magazine aimed at heterosexual men and published in the United States. It was first published in 1968 by Al Goldstein as a response to a burgeoning sexual revolution and to the supposedly air-brushed soft-pedaled sexuality in magazines such as Playboy. ...
  12. Screw theory is a conceptual framwork developed by Sir Robert Stawell Ball in 1876 for application in kinematics and statics of mechanisms (rigid body mechanics). ...
  13. (Screws) This is a fast method of awning assembly. The cover is stretched around the frame and attached using self-tapping hexagonal screws, but it is not easily tightened or adjusted once the screws (and screw holes) are in place.
  14. (Screws) One of the most commonly used orthopedic fixation devices. Screws are designed for different uses and for placement in different types of bone. Screws can be used as single standalone devices, as components of hardware constructs (e.g. ...
  15. (screws (water lifting)) usearchimedian screws
  16. Screws have different functions and are coated and tempered differently dependant on there use. The configuration of  a screw head varies, the most common being the flat head and the Philips head screw.
  17. on the screws; the sweetspot, usually refers to hitting a wood, or driver in particular, right in the center (many woods originally had an insert in the center of the face that was attached with screws, thus the expression)
  18. To dream of seeing screws, denotes that tedious tasks must be performed, and peevishness in companions must be combated. It also denotes that you must be economical and painstaking.
  19. n: A prison guard or the turnkey of a jail.
  20. A propeller or type of fastener.
  21. Back-sag somersault with a 360-degree turn. There are double, triple somersaults, etc.
  22. There are lots of them in your slot car. Allen screws in the wheels, gears, motors, frame, etc. In the 60's standard slotted screws were used in abundance, but after millions were dropped on the floor, someone came up with the idea to use allen head screws instead.
  23. A screw-like fitting with a threaded post and an earback that turns onto the post to close.
  24. Sheet metal screws with sharp-pointed ends, fewer threads per inch than type AB screws, and deeper threads with better gripping power than type AB. ...
  25. Threaded cylindrical pin or rod with a head at one end, used to hold parts together.