Origin of cleat
Words nearby cleat
How to use cleat in a sentence
Times in the 100-meters just haven’t reached the same echelon since the greatest sprinter of all time hung up his cleats.The Fastest Men In The World Are Still Chasing Usain Bolt|Josh Planos|August 3, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
No, it wasn’t the rain, the slick outfield grass or the dirt that stuck in their cleats and asked for a good banging against concrete.The Nationals go quietly as the Brewers sweep a doubleheader at Nationals Park|Jesse Dougherty|May 30, 2021|Washington Post
Most road pedals use a cleat with a three-bolt attachment system.
Shoes at the $100 and $150 level are typically compatible with that cleat pattern, while higher-price shoes are not.
Institutional investors, founders — even reporters — often get attached to senior members of a team, and when one of those individuals decides to hang up his or her cleats, it can be tricky for the rest of the partnership.Emergence Capital co-founder Jason Green on transitioning to the next chapter|Connie Loizos|May 6, 2021|TechCrunch
The center cleat prevents the boards from buckling while the sides are tightly held by these simple flat fasteners.
Where the strain is not too great the holders may be used without a cleat, making an effective flat fastening.
When the squalls came he slackened up or drew in around the cleat as became necessary.Ralph Granger's Fortunes|William Perry Brown
The young man, clinging to a cleat and watching the struggles of their craft, waved a mittened hand to signify that he agreed.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
Then I made fast the end of the line round the main-sheet cleat, for that told me that the man had caught on.Wulfric the Weapon Thane|Charles W. Whistler