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chain saw

a motor-driven saw, usually portable, in which the cutting teeth form links in a continuous chain

chain saw

[′chān ‚sȯ]
(mechanical engineering)
A gasoline-powered saw for felling and bucking timber, operated by one person; has cutting teeth inserted in a sprocket chain that moves rapidly around the edge of an oval-shaped blade.

chain saw

chain saw
A power-driven saw, usually hand-held, for cutting wood; a protruding arm carries an endless chain, into which the cutting teeth are set.
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Starting a cold chain saw requires closing the choke and increasing the throttle speed.
after she awoke to the sound of a running chain saw and a whimpering dog.
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On the advice of the inventor of the Beam Machine, Ted Mather, I used an ordinary crosscut chain, not the special ripping chain recommended by most other chain saw mill manufacturers, to test the Beam.
Matthew first got to grips with a chain saw 18 months ago when he chose wood sculpture as an art module.
MONSON - A man was arrested after a dog was so badly maimed with a chain saw in a home yesterday that it had to be euthanized.
CHATSWORTH - After attracting attention with screeching vocals and a risque wardrobe while fronting the '70s teen punk band The Runaways, Cherie Currie now turns heads with the blare of a chain saw and the sight of long blond hair contrasting with her flannel-clad shoulder.