Noun(1) an angular or rounded shape made by folding(2) someone who tricks or coerces men into service as sailors or soldiers(3) a lock of hair that has been artificially waved or curled
Verb(1) make ridges into by pinching together(2) curl tightly
(1) Next working from the other end, slide a crimp up the line followed by the hook.(2) Fold in half, and crimp the sides together, leaving the top open.(3) The internal harnesses comprise unlabeled black wires terminated with crimp connectors at the bridge rectifiers and filter caps.(4) The Big Three say that tougher mileage rules - particularly for SUVs - could cost each several billion dollars over the next few years and seriously crimp profits.(5) The crimp might have been an inspired attempt to rescue a really bad hair day, but who will ever know.(6) When the factories introduced the much easier to manufacture six- and eight-fold star crimps, advertising campaigns demonized the roll crimp and the overshot wad.(7) The ferrules are soft enough to crimp down onto the cable, locking the cable in place.(8) Now add a crimp, 2mm bead, size 10 swivel, another bead and a crimp .(9) Spoon a little of the pumpkin filling onto the centre of each round, fold in half and crimp the edges.(10) Fold the dough over to form a semi-circle, and crimp the edges to encompass the filling.(11) There were several times last year when I would crimp a band around a pelican's leg and it would close too tight and I would need assistance taking the band off and putting it on correctly.(12) The heavy crimp is a necessity with this powder for both ├ö├ç├┐uniformity and velocity.├ö├ç├û(13) A good crimp also helps to promote consistent velocity.(14) A rash of copycats, who now imitate the same trading tactics, will crimp his profit potential.(15) Snug the knot up until it is of a size which will allow the hook to swing freely, pass the tag end of line though the crimp and snug it down close to the knot.(16) Next, take the other end of the wire, crimp a connector on it, and attach it to a wiring block a few inches away, as shown in Figure 8-6.
1. crease ::
3. pleat ::
4. pinch ::
5. kink ::
Different Formscrimp, crimped, crimping, crimps
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