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axle a bar or shaft on which a wheel or wheels turn.
balance an instrument for weighing objects that has two flat pans hanging from or resting on a bar; scales. [1/6 definitions]
bar1 to place a bar across. [1/9 definitions]
barbell a bar with weights attached at each end used for exercising and building muscle. Barbells are usually made of metal, and the weights can be changed to make the bar heavier or lighter.
bar code a set of black bars on a white background printed on the labels of goods and mail. A bar code is scanned by a computer that reads information such as price.
bar mitzvah a Jewish ceremony that celebrates a boy becoming an adult and the beginning of his religious duties. The bar mitzvah usually takes place when the boy is thirteen years old.
bolt1 a metal or wooden bar on a door that slides into an opening in the frame. When the bolt is inserted into the frame, the door stays closed. [1/8 definitions]
bumper the heavy bar on the front and back of cars and trucks that protects the vehicle from damage if it hits something. [1/2 definitions]
candy bar a candy in the shape of a bar, often made of chocolate or of chocolate with other ingredients such as caramel, nuts, or coconut.
check a bill for food and drink at a bar or restaurant. [1/11 definitions]
chin to pull up from a hanging position to an overhead bar until the chin is level with the bar. [1/2 definitions]
chocolate bar a candy bar made mostly with chocolate.
crowbar a heavy, metal bar or rod with a flattened and bent end. A crowbar is used to lift or pry things.
dumbbell a short bar with a heavy weight at each end. Dumbbells are used to develop muscles.
flail a farm tool used to separate seeds from grain. A flail has a long handle with a short, swinging bar on one end. [1/4 definitions]
guardrail a bar, often made of metal, that keeps people from going over the edge of something.
handcuff one of two metal rings that are joined to each other by a short chain or bar. Handcuffs are locked around a prisoner's wrists. [1/2 definitions]
handlebar (usually plural) a curved bar with handles used for steering a bicycle, scooter, or other vehicle with two wheels.
high jump a contest in which each person jumps over a bar which is raised after each successful jump.
latch a device that fastens or locks with a bar or bolt that goes into a notch or hole. Latches fasten doors, windows, and gates. [1/2 definitions]
measure a unit of rhythm in music; bar. [1/7 definitions]