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Tools - الأدوات
Usage Examples (Tools - الأدوات)
He never uses the broom at home; the floors are covered in dust. Cleaning supplies, brooms, and mops can be found at the back of the store.
A hammer can be used improperly as an instrument of aggression. Chaos can be seen as the hammer that strikes the sparks.
It is best hung from a hanger to not deform it. I left my coat on a hanger by the door.
John used the ladder to climb onto the roof to clean out the gutters. I used a ladder to climb up to the roof.
It is difficult to thread a needle with poor eyesight. The doctor injected the vaccine with a needle.
The dressmaker attached the sleeve to the dress using pins. She made a doll that looked like her boyfriend and she stuck a pin in it.
Read and follow the instructions that accompany the infusion pump. The new pump fills the water tank in one hour.
The gardener uses the rake to remove the dirt in the garden. Approved manual demining techniques include the rake and detector methods.
Paul cut down the tree with a saw. I used a saw to cut off the thick branches.
The magnetised screwdriver cannot be used for grabbing stainless steel screws. Have you got a screwdriver? I need one to put up this shelf.
The room was lined with shelves filled with books. Take the figurines off the shelf and clean them.
John dug a hole with the shovel to plant a fir tree. The gardener dug a hole in the garden with his shovel.
knitting needle-أبرة الحياكة
That grandmother makes beautiful dresses for her granddaughter with a knitting needle. My colleague is holding a knitting needle.
Scorpions hold their pincers up in the air when running. These pincers were used throughout the centuries.
Pliers are a hand tool used to hold objects firmly, possibly developed from tongs used to handle hot metal in Bronze Age Europe. These two pliers are handmade of steel.
Using regular scissors can be difficult for left-handed people. Have blunt scissors readily available to cut the elastics in the event of vomiting or choking.