concrete nail

concrete nail

[′käŋ‚krēt ′nāl]
(design engineering)
A hardened-steel nail that has a flat countersunk head and a tapered point and is used for nailing various materials to concrete or masonry.

concrete nail

concrete nail
A hardened-steel nail having a flat countersunk head and a diamond point; used for nailing to concrete or masonry.
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