bushing[ boo sh-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF bushing
Synonyms for bushing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUSHING
The bushing is shaped like a "T" with a hole drilled in the stem.
Bushing No. 2, which is undergoing the test, should be ⅝ inch from this center line.
For a brief second after the escape of the dolly he stood still on the bushing.
The bushing forms a bearing for the work and holds it rigidly.
This bar is steadied by its bearing in bushing r in the chuck.
B's Indicate the Cushions, or Bushing, of felt, cloth or leather.
The labor of bushing and grubbing these acres of lowland was no light one.
Whether a bushing or jaws are used, the turning tool is slightly in advance of the supporting member.
A symmetrically shaped casting like a bushing or lining is often held upon wooden blocks bolted across the carriage.
The tailstock fixture is also adjustable and it is mounted on a spindle which revolves in a bushing in the tailstock barrel.