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an influence on the shape, motion, or other characteristics of a body or system.
the resistance of a surface to relative motion, as of an object sliding or rolling over it.
the point of support on which a lever turns.
a plane surface inclined at less than a right angle to a horizontal surface, used to roll or slide a load up or down.
any of a class of basic tools consisting of a rigid bar or an equivalent, acting by pivoting around a fixed fulcrum to transfer applied force from one point to another.
an amount of something carried; cargo or freight.
a man-made device, usu. driven by a motor or engine, with a system of interrelated parts that work together to perform a task.
a supporting bar or shaft on which, or by means of which, a wheel or wheels turn.
physical, mechanical, or electrical energy.
to bring or try to bring closer by exerting force upon.
a wheel or set of wheels with grooved edges over which a rope or chain can be drawn in order to change the direction of a pulling force and increase the capacity for lifting weight.
to thrust (something) away.
a fastener, usu. metal, having a sometimes tapered shank with a helical thread, driven into a surface by applying pressure to the head while turning it.
an elastic device or object that regains its original shape after being compressed, stretched out, or otherwise distorted.
an instrument, such as a hammer, drill, or other hand-held device, used for doing work.
the measured ability of a force to produce turning or twisting around an axis, such as a gear or shaft.
a piece of wood or metal in a three-dimensional, triangular shape with a thin edge that is driven or forced between objects to split, lift, or reinforce them.
any instrument, device, or apparatus resembling such a disk or frame in shape, motion, or function.
physical or mental effort directed toward achieving some result; labor.
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