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Hammer, Armand /'ɑːmənd $ 'ɑːr-/
hammer /ˈhæmə $ -ər/ noun [countable]
hammer verb

چکش کاری کردن ، شوت محکم ، ماشه ، چخماق تفنگ ، پتک ، چخماق ، استخوان چکشی ، چکش زدن ، کوبیدن ، سخت کوشیدن ، ضربت زدن ، علوم مهندسی: ضربه زدن ، عمران: چکش ، معماری: چکش ، قانون ـ فقه: چوب حراج خوردن ، روانشناسی: استخوان چکشی ، ورزش: چخماق ، علوم هوایی: چکش ، علوم نظامی: ضارب
- hit, bang, beat, drive, knock, strike, tap
- defeat, beat, drub, run rings around (informal), thrash, trounce, wipe the floor with (informal)
Related Words: elaborate, fashion, form, shape
English Thesaurus: hit, beat, strike, punch, thump, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Hammer, Armand /'ɑːmənd $ 'ɑːr-/
(1899–1990) a US businessman who had several different business operations, including a large oil company, and was known especially for doing business with the former Soviet Union

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. Hammer, Mike
a private detective in books by the US writer Mickey Spillane. He is very tough and usually shoots criminals instead of having them arrested.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. hammer1 /ˈhæmə $ -ər/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hamor]

a) a tool with a heavy metal part on a long handle, used for hitting nails into wood
b) a tool like this with a wooden head used to make something flat, make a noise etc:
an auctioneer’s hammer

2. come/go under the hammer to be offered for sale at an auction

3. hammer blow British English an event that damages something very seriously
hammer blow for
The decision is a hammer blow for the coal industry.

4. hammer and tongs informal
a) if people go at each other hammer and tongs, they fight or argue very loudly
b) if someone does something hammer and tongs, they do it with all their energy

5. GUN the part of a gun that hits the explosive charge that fires a bullet

6. SPORT a heavy metal ball on a wire with a handle at the end, which you throw as far as possible as a sport

7. PIANO a wooden part of a piano that hits the strings inside to make a musical sound

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. hammer2 verb

1. HIT WITH A HAMMER [intransitive and transitive] to hit something with a hammer in order to force it into a particular position or shape
hammer something in/into something
Hammer the nails into the back of the frame.
hammer away (at something)
All afternoon, Martin had been hammering away in the conservatory.
the sound of hammering and sawing

2. HIT REPEATEDLY [intransitive] to hit something many times, especially making a loud noise Synonym : pound, bang
hammer at
Daniella hammered at the door.
The rain was hammering against the window.

3. HURT WITH PROBLEMS [transitive] to hurt someone or something by causing them a lot of problems:
British industry was being hammered by the recession.

4. HIT HARD [transitive] informal to hit or kick something very hard:
Robinson hammered the ball into the goal.

5. CRITICIZE [transitive] to strongly criticize or attack someone for something they have said or done:
The president has been hammered for his lack of leadership.

6. hammer something home to make sure that people understand something by repeating it many times:
The message must be hammered home that crime doesn’t pay.

7. HEART [intransitive] if your heart hammers, you feel it beating strongly and quickly Synonym : pound:
She stood outside the door, her heart hammering.

8. DEFEAT [transitive] informal to defeat someone completely at a sport:
Arsenal hammered Manchester United 5–0.
hammer away phrasal verb

1. to keep saying something because you want people to understand or accept it
hammer away at
I keep hammering away at this point because it’s important.

2. to work hard and continuously at something
hammer away at
Keep on hammering away at achieving your goals.
hammer something ↔ in (also hammer something into somebody) phrasal verb
to keep saying something until people completely understand it:
The coach hammered his message into the team.
hammer something ↔ out phrasal verb
to decide on an agreement, contract etc after a lot of discussion and disagreement:
Leading oil producers tried to hammer out a deal.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERB + HAMMER hit sth with, tap sth with, use, wield | swing He swung the hammer with all his strength.
HAMMER + NOUN blow (often figurative) The decision is a hammer blow for the coal industry.
PHRASES a hammer and chisel, a hammer and nails, hammer and sickle the hammer and sickle of the Soviet flag

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: go at it hammer and tongs , under the hammer

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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