meginau, megin, fegin, feginau
Noun(1) a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal(2) United States author (born in Canada, 1915-2005(3) (used in the plural
Verb(1) shout loudly and without restraint(2) make a loud noise, as of animal
(1) A sensor system placed in the vehicle's front bumper sends a signal to two steel bellows , which lift the rear part of the hood, The sensor is so accurate that it can differentiate between a lamp post and a human leg.(2) It employs a single reed and has a very pure tone with no vibrato although this can be induced by use of the bellows .(3) Among the latter was the ability to power bellows with steam rather than water, which allowed foundries to move closer to their markets.(4) Visitors to an archaeology open day at Rievaulx on Saturday will be invited to pump the bellows to produce a batch of bloom, which can be removed from the furnace with tongs and worked on an anvil.(5) Half a dozen different Guilds were vying to be the first to get the new machinery to drive the bellows in the smelters, looms and wheels in the textile mills, water pumps, millstones.(6) The furnaces used locally mined ore, charcoal and hand powered bellows , and evolved into what was known as a ├ö├ç├┐high bloomery├ö├ç├û furnace, capable of smelting large amounts of iron.(7) On two occasions, cases project into the central street, like abstractions of antique bellows cameras.(8) A box bellows and charcoal fire bring the steel to a bright yellow/white, at which time it's quickly placed on the anvil and struck with careful blows to fuse it into a solid mass.(9) The poor starving little church mice had chewed their way through the bellows of the church organ.(10) ├ö├ç├┐We could really do with some of that spirit today,├ö├ç├û he says, squeezing the bellows to emit another mournful wail.(11) When I saw the Kushner play as a student I had a very bad cold, of the kind that makes it difficult to breath without sounding like an organ bellows .(12) Such calculations work out very neatly if you always double your focal length, but get a bit more complicated for odd bellows or lens extensions.(13) An electric fan is now used instead of bellows to excite the embers and a compressor drives a spray painter, but other tasks are manual.(14) The pump steadily delivers medication using a bellows device or through radio signals.(15) I would set it up, put the black hood over my head and adjust the tilts, swings, bellows and lens, compose the image, and then move on.(16) We knew we would have to magnify the drop for final measurements, so we used a medium-format camera and 120-millimeter macro lens on a bellows .
(1) bellow :: bellow
1. roar ::
2. holler ::
3. roar ::
4. bawl ::
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