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bolt /bəʊlt $ boʊlt/ noun [countable]
bolt verb

چفت کردن ، پیچ کردن ، فرار یا منحرف شدن اسب از مسیر ، رول کوهنوردی ، زبانه قفل ، گلنگدن ، کشو ، گلوله ، vt.& vi.
(n.پیچ ، توپ پارچه ، از جاجستن ، رها کردن ، :) adv.) راست ، بطورعمودی ، مستقیما ، ناگهان ، علوم مهندسی: چفت ، عمران: زبانه ، معماری: پیچ ، ورزش: تیر کوتاه سگی که شکار را از لانه بیرون می کشد ، علوم هوایی: پیچ ، علوم نظامی: چفت روایک ، علوم دریایی: توپ پارچه
- bar, catch, fastener, latch, lock, sliding bar
- pin, peg, rivet, rod
- run away, abscond, dash, escape, flee, fly, make a break (for it), run for it
- lock, bar, fasten, latch, secure
- gobble, cram, devour, gorge, gulp, guzzle, stuff, swallow whole, wolf
English Thesaurus: run, jog, race/dash, sprint, tear, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. bolt1 /bəʊlt $ boʊlt/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: 'short arrow']

1. LOCK a metal bar that you slide across a door or window to fasten it

SCREW a screw with a flat head and no point, for fastening things together

3. a bolt from/out of the blue news that is sudden and unexpected:
Was this money a bolt from the blue or did you know you were going to get it?

4. bolt of lightning lightning that appears as a white line in the sky:
There’s not much left of his house after it was struck by a bolt of lightning.thunderbolt

5. make a bolt for it British English to suddenly try to escape from somewhere:
They attacked the driver and he straightaway made a bolt for it.

6. WEAPON a short heavy arrow that is fired from a crossbow

7. CLOTH a large long roll of cloth
have shot your bolt at shoot1(24), ⇒ the nuts and bolts of something at nut1(6)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bolt2 verb

1. [intransitive] to suddenly run somewhere very quickly, especially in order to escape or because you are frightened:
The horse reared up and bolted.
Kevin had bolted through the open window.

2. [transitive] (also bolt down) to eat very quickly Synonym : gobble:
He bolted down his breakfast.

3. [transitive] to fasten two things together using a bolt
bolt something to something
The cell contained an iron bedframe bolted to the floor.
bolt something together
The boxes were made of heavy panels of metal bolted together.

4. [transitive] to lock a door or window by sliding a bolt across

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. bolt3 adverb
sit/stand bolt upright to sit or stand with your back very straight, often because something has frightened you:
She sat bolt upright in the back seat.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. for fastening things together
VERB + BOLT tighten (up) | loosen | undo, unscrew
PHRASES nuts and bolts

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. for fastening a door
VERB + BOLT draw back, pull back, slide back | push home, slide home She closed the door quickly and pushed the bolts home.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. firmly, securely Make sure that the rails are securely bolted in place.
together The two parts are bolted together.
PREP. to The yacht's keel is bolted to the hull.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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