Wrench – meaning of the word and examples

To pull and twist something suddenly or violently away from its position. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To twist part of your body badly, such as your arm or leg, and injure it. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To suddenly take someone from people they love, causing them great unhappiness. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A sudden violent twist or pull. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A feeling of sadness or distress caused by one’s own or another’s departure. (Oxford Dictionaries)

An adjustable tool like a spanner, used for gripping and turning nuts or bolts. (Oxford Dictionaries)

To move with a violent twist. (Merriam – Webster)

To twist violently. (Merriam – Webster)

To injure or disable by a violent twisting or straining. (Merriam – Webster)


Wrench. Your Dictionary


How to Use an Adjustable Wrench

An adjustable wrench, also called an adjustable spanner or an adjustable crescent is a tool, which can be used to loosen or tighten a nut or bolt.



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