brace strut

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  • strut — [strut] vi. strutted, strutting [ME strouten, to spread out, swell out < OE strutian, to stand rigid < IE * streu < base * (s)ter , stiff, rigid > STARE] to walk in a vain, stiff, swaggering manner vt. 1. to provide with a strut or… …   English World dictionary

  • Brace — Brace, n. [OF. brace, brasse, the two arms, embrace, fathom, F. brasse fathom, fr. L. bracchia the arms (stretched out), pl. of bracchium arm; cf. Gr. ?.] 1. That which holds anything tightly or supports it firmly; a bandage or a prop. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Strut — Strut, n. [For senses 2 & 3 cf. LG. strutt rigid.] 1. The act of strutting; a pompous step or walk. [1913 Webster] 2. (Arch.) In general, any piece of a frame which resists thrust or pressure in the direction of its own length. See {Brace}, and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • strut — ► NOUN 1) a bar used to support or strengthen a structure. 2) a strutting gait. ► VERB (strutted, strutting) 1) walk with a stiff, erect, and conceited gait. 2) brace with a strut or struts. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

  • brace — [n] support arm, band, bar, bearing, block, bolster, boom, bracer, bracket, buttress, cantilever, clamp, girder, grip, guy, lever, mainstay, peg, prop, rafter, reinforcement, rib, shore, skid, splice, splint, staff, stanchion, stave, stay,… …   New thesaurus

  • strut´ter — strut1 «struht», verb, strut|ted, strut|ting, noun. –v.i. to walk in a vain, important, or affected manner: »The rooster struts about the barnyard. –v.t. to walk upon or over with a vain, self important, or affected manner: »to strut the stage.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Strut bar — A strut bar, strut brace, or strut tower brace (STB) is a mostly aftermarket car suspension accessory usually used in conjunction with MacPherson struts on monocoque or unibody chassis to provide extra strength between the strut towers.With a… …   Wikipedia

  • strut — {{11}}strut (n.) supporting brace, 1580s, perhaps from STRUT (Cf. strut) (v.), or a cognate word in O.N. or Low Ger. (Cf. Low Ger. strutt rigid ); ultimately from P.Gmc. *strutoz , from root *strut (see STRUT (Cf. strut) (v.)). {{12}}strut (v.)… …   Etymology dictionary

  • strut — strut1 strutter, n. /strut/, v., strutted, strutting, n. v.i. 1. to walk with a vain, pompous bearing, as with head erect and chest thrown out, as if expecting to impress observers. v.t. 2. strut one s stuff, to dress, behave, perform, etc., one… …   Universalium

  • strut — I [[t]strʌt[/t]] v. strut•ted, strut•ting, n. 1) to walk with a vain, pompous bearing, as with the chest thrown out 2) the act of strutting 3) a strutting walk or gait • Etymology: bef. 1000; ME, alter. of strouten to bulge, swell, bluster, OE… …   From formal English to slang

  • brace — /brays/, n., v., braced, bracing. n. 1. something that holds parts together or in place, as a clasp or clamp. 2. anything that imparts rigidity or steadiness. 3. Also called bitbrace, bitstock. Mach. a device for holding and turning a bit for… …   Universalium

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