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Definition of "sawtooth" [saw•tooth]

  • A cutting bit of a saw. (noun)
  • Sawtooth wave (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sawtooth" in a sentence
  • "NATHAN BAKA (ph), KESQ CORRESPONDENT: We're live right here at Yucca Valley High School, the command post for hundreds of firefighters from all over southern California, here to fight a large complex of fires, now called the sawtooth complex of fires."
  • "If your sawtooth is a later sawtooth based model and supports a power supply of 237watts and you have nothing else in the machine that would take up a lot of the power from the power supply, then you should be ok."
  • "What makes Mr. Piano's new pavilion just north of the BCAM an obvious relation is the architect's use of fitted slabs of gray travertine for the exterior, a north-facing "sawtooth" roof (like those of old factories) configured to capture variably filtered daylight, and his attempt to jazz things up by painting attached structures a bright scarlet - orange, popularly called "Renzo red.""