screwdriver

[ skroo-drahy-ver ]
/ ˈskruˌdraɪ vər /

noun

a hand tool for turning a screw, consisting of a handle attached to a long, narrow shank, usually of metal, which tapers and flattens out to a tip that fits into the slotted head of a screw.
a mixed drink made with vodka and orange juice.

Origin of screwdriver

First recorded in 1770–80; screw + driver
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screwdriver
/ (ˈskruːˌdraɪvə) /

noun

a tool used for turning screws, usually having a handle of wood, plastic, etc, and a steel shank with a flattened square-cut tip that fits into a slot in the head of the screw
an alcoholic beverage consisting of orange juice and vodka
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