Noun(1) a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface(2) small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc.(3) informal terms for the leg(4) a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg(5) regulator that can be turned to regulate the pitch of the strings of a stringed instrument(6) a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
Verb(1) succeed in obtaining a position(2) pierce with a wooden pin or knock or thrust a wooden pin into(3) fasten or secure with a wooden pin(4) stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate
(1) The peg will limit the powers of the central banks.(2) There was a barely noticeable thump, and then a scratchy sort of noise as a peg landed on the ground.(3) On each end of the board, tack a peg with one end pointed.(4) The peg from shortstop required unimaginable effort.(5) Miraculously, Posada managed to find the ball, whirl and throw a perfect peg down to second to impale the Impaler.(6) These crises had compellingly shown that holding on to a preannounced peg of the exchange rate does not increase the credibility of the announced policy.(7) We rode to the lake where I saw 3 more horses tied to a peg stuck in the ground.(8) I'd like Southwell to use his left peg more to drive the ball deep into the opposition's half.(9) The peg has served us very well for more than 21 years and given us the stability we needed over the Asian financial crisis.(10) Conine scored easily, but as Encarnacion headed home, Boone cut off a strong peg from Matsui and fired across the diamond to try to hold Pierre, conceding the run.(11) Period pieces show a fire polished finish on the peg of the stopper.(12) have a peg of whiskey(13) the Mexican peso, linked to the dollar by a crawling peg, was distinctly too high(14) It's helpful to stand back from the ball and survey the terrain before you put your peg in the ground.(15) He went and told Grierson about the bet that he had with Barua - a peg of whisky, which would knock a mule over.(16) Labor unions supported the exchange-rate peg as a means to control prices and the inflationary pressure on salaries.
1. pin ::
2. tholepin ::
3. nog ::
4. leg ::
5. fix ::
6. hold down ::
umia i lalo
7. peg down ::
8. nail down ::
tuʻituʻi i lalo
Different Formspeg, pegs
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