Definition of "drill" [drill]
- (noun) An implement with cutting edges or a pointed end for boring holes in hard materials, usually by a rotating abrasion or repeated blows; a bit.
- (noun) The hand-operated or hand-powered holder for this implement.
- (noun) A loud, harsh noise made by or as if by a powered tool of this kind.
- (noun) Disciplined, repetitious exercise as a means of teaching and perfecting a skill or procedure.
- (noun) A task or exercise for teaching a skill or procedure by repetition: conducted an air-raid drill; a drill for learning the multiplication tables.
Use "drill" in a sentence
- "HPFacebookVoteV2. init (126355, 'Congress Weans Us Off the Teat of Foreign Oil with Concessions to Offshore Drilling', 'The Republican mandate to \ "drill, baby, drill\" is shortsighted and unsustainable, yet even the most rational of Dems is now kowtowing to this call."
- "HPFacebookVoteV2. init (336948, 'Even If They\'re Right, the Superfreakonomics Guys Only Have Half an Answer', 'The argument by the Superfreakonomics authors that we should try \ "geoengineering \" our way out of global warming seems to be a Rorschach test for the blogosphere: if you\'re the \ "drill, baby, drill\" type, you love it; if you\'re an environmentalist, you hate it."
- "Today when they finished drilling this large hole the first thing they did was they actually started banging on that -- what they call a drill steel that goes all the way down there."