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bandsaw

[ band-saw ]
/ ˈbændˌsɔ /
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verb (used with object), band·sawed, band·sawed or band·sawn, band·saw·ing.

to cut with a band saw.

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Origin of bandsaw

v. use of band saw

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band saw

noun Machinery.

a saw consisting of an endless toothed steel band passing over two wheels.

Origin of band saw

An Americanism dating back to 1860–65
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band saw

noun

a power-operated saw consisting of an endless toothed metal band running over and driven by two wheels
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