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cremorne bolt

[ kri-mawrn ]
/ krɪˈmɔrn /
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noun
(on a French window or the like) a pair of rods, moved by a knob mechanism, sliding into sockets in the head and sill of the opening to provide a secure fastening.
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Also cre·mone bolt [kri-mohn]. /krɪˈmoʊn/.

Origin of cremorne bolt

<French crémone, probably after Cremona

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