[ UK /skɹˈuː/ ]
[ US /ˈskɹu/ ]
  1. defeat someone through trickery or deceit
  2. cause to penetrate, as with a circular motion
    drive in screws or bolts
  3. tighten or fasten by means of screwing motions
    Screw the bottle cap on
  4. have sexual intercourse with
    Were you ever intimate with this man?
    This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm
    Adam knew Eve
  5. turn like a screw
  1. a fastener with a tapered threaded shank and a slotted head
  2. a simple machine of the inclined-plane type consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded hole
  3. a propeller with several angled blades that rotates to push against water or air
  4. someone who guards prisoners
  5. slang for sexual intercourse
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How To Use screw In A Sentence

  • These planes are made with two separate stocks held together with either metal or turned wooden screws.
  • There are two main approaches: one is a synthetic plug the same shape as a cork that can be placed in the top of the bottle in the same way as a cork and removed with a corkscrew, so preserving the ritual of opening a bottle of wine.
  • And all of this is done without a sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times
  • Finishing the mission so our troops will not have died in vain is the most screwed up thing I have ever heard. Think Progress » 9%.
  • What screwball idea would they come up with next?
  • My knife slips off the screw and with a grating screech marks the white surface of the machine.
  • By this time, Dad and I had replaced the old dipole with a short Yagi array, horizontally polarized of course, and screwed to one of the crossbeams in the attic, so now we had three channels with excellent reception.
  • Once inside they unscrewed four projectors hung from the ceiling and took four laptop computers and a digital camera, worth a total of £5,050, before leaving by the main entrance.
  • He has totally screwed things up in West Yorks for his officers and police staff alike. on April 12, 2010 at 5: 59 pm jaegerdude Crime And Immigration In Britain SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Another modern attempt to make a classic 1930s screwball comedy. Times, Sunday Times
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