- cut or cut through with shears
"shear the wool off the lamb"
- cut with shears
- become deformed by forces tending to produce a shearing strain
- (physics) a deformation of an object in which parallel planes remain parallel but are shifted in a direction parallel to themselves
"the shear changed the quadrilateral into a parallelogram"
- Where did you shear them?
- They usually shear sheep in spring.
- Their job is to shear the sheep.
- He knows how to shear a sheep.
- It's the first time I shear my sheep.
- I cannot shear my sheep now. It's still cold.
- If the torque is too high, the shaft might break. That's why we are using a shear splint as a torque limiter.
- Shear strength
- wind shear;
- Wind shear;
- wind shear; and
- Wind shear; and
- Damper attached To shear system
- Damper attached to shear system
- The damper properties must be such that the impactor meets both the static and dynamic shear displacement requirements and prevents excessive vibrations of the shear displacement system.