verb (used with object), sawed, sawed or sawn, saw·ing.
verb (used without object), sawed, sawed or sawn, saw·ing.
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Origin of saw1
OTHER WORDS FROM sawsawer, nounsawlike, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for saw
The first splitboard was a solid board sawed in half, but the technology has come a long way.
A snow trenchIf the snow is solid enough to cut into slabs, you can use a saw to cut blocks out to form a trench and position the blocks like a ceiling to cover it.Winter survival shelters you should know how to build|By Tim MacWelch/Outdoor Life|December 21, 2020|Popular Science
One industry after another saw activity grind to a near halt in March as the pandemic broke out in the United States.14 of the biggest bankruptcies of 2020—and who might be next in 2021|Phil Wahba|December 21, 2020|Fortune
Many who were either negatively or positively impacted saw gains or declines of 10% to over 100% of their previous levels of organic search traffic.Google December 2020 core update is now fully rolled out|Barry Schwartz|December 16, 2020|Search Engine Land
He was a talented musician himself, playing keyboards in local blues bands, even after losing a finger and badly injuring two others in a table saw accident.States With Few Coronavirus Restrictions Are Spreading the Virus Beyond Their Borders|by David Armstrong|December 1, 2020|ProPublica
It is a fortunate spot considering that it is a sawer of stone.A Tour Through The Pyrenees|Hippolyte Adolphe Taine
British Dictionary definitions for saw (1 of 4)
verb saws, sawing, sawed, sawed or sawn
Derived forms of sawsawer, nounsawlike, adjective
Word Origin for saw
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Idioms and Phrases with saw
see old saw.