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T-bar

[ tee-bahr ]
/ ˈtiˌbɑr /
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noun Building Trades.

a rolled metal bar or beam with a cross section resembling a T.

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Also called tee.

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T-bar

noun

a T-shaped wrench for use with a socket
a metal bar having a T-shaped cross section
a T-shaped bar on a ski tow which skiers hold on to while being pulled up slopes
(modifier) another term for T-strap
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