lead slug

свинцовый сердечник

English-Russian arms dictionary. 2013.

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  • Slug barrel — A slug barrel is a barrel for a shotgun that is designed primarily to fire slugs.OriginsWhen slugs are fired in a standard, choked barrel, the slug is deformed by the choke as it exits. The degree of deformation is most acute with fuller chokes,… …   Wikipedia

  • Slug (railroad) — A railroad slug is an accessory to a diesel electric locomotive. It has trucks with traction motors but is unable to move about under its own power, as it does not contain a prime mover to produce electricity. Instead, it is connected to a… …   Wikipedia

  • slug — I. /slʌg / (say slug) noun 1. any of various slimy, elongated terrestrial gastropods related to the terrestrial snails, but having no shell or only a rudimentary one. 2. a slow moving animal, vehicle, or the like. 3. any heavy piece of crude… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Slug (coin) — A slug is a counterfeit coin that is used to make illegal purchases from a coin operated device, such as a vending machine, pay phone, parking meter, transit farebox, copy machine, coin laundry, gaming machine, or arcade game… …   Wikipedia

  • slug — slug1 sluglike, adj. /slug/, n., v., slugged, slugging. n. 1. any of various snaillike terrestrial gastropods having no shell or only a rudimentary one, feeding on plants and a pest of leafy garden crops. 2. a nudibranch. 3. a metal disk used as… …   Universalium

  • slug — {{11}}slug (1) shell less land snail, 1704, originally lazy person (early 15c.); related to SLUGGARD (Cf. sluggard). {{12}}slug (2) lead bit, 1620s, perhaps a special use of SLUG (Cf. slug) (1) with reference to its shape. Meaning token or… …   Etymology dictionary

  • slug — [[t]slʌ̱g[/t]] slugs, slugging, slugged 1) N COUNT A slug is a small slow moving creature with a long soft body and no legs, like a snail without a shell. 2) N COUNT: usu N of n If you take a slug of an alcoholic drink, you take a large mouthful… …   English dictionary

  • slug — I [[t]slʌg[/t]] n. v. slugged, slug•ging 1) ivt any of various snaillike terrestrial gastropod mollusks having no shell or only a rudimentary one, feeding on plants, and often a pest of leafy garden crops 2) a metal disk used as a coin or token,… …   From formal English to slang

  • slug — I. noun Etymology: Middle English slugge, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Norwegian dialect slugga to walk sluggishly Date: 15th century 1. sluggard 2. a lump, disk, or cylinder of material (as plastic or metal): as a. (1) a musket ball (2)… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • lead — I 1. verb 1) Michelle led them into the house Syn: guide, conduct, show, show the way, lead the way, usher, escort, steer, pilot, shepherd; accompany, see, take Ant: follow …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • Slug (typesetting) — A slug is a piece of spacing material used in typesetting to space paragraphs. They are usually manufactured in strips of 6pt lead.In modern typesetting programs such as Adobe InDesign, the slug is also a non printing area situated off the main… …   Wikipedia

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