Crowbar – meaning of the word and example

A heavy iron bar with a bent end that is used to help lift heavy objects off the ground to force things open. (Cambridge Dictionary)

An iron or steel bar that is usually wedge-shaped at the working end for use as a pry or lever. (Merriam – Webster)

crowbar is a heavy iron bar which is used as a lever. (Collins Dictionary)

An iron bar with a flattened end, used as a lever. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Example

Crowbar pictures.

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