Noun(1) a barrier that surrounds the wheels of a vehicle to block splashing water or mud(2) an inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track(3) a low metal guard to confine falling coals to a hearth(4) a cushion-like device that reduces shock due to an impact
(1) Rolling a rock in the street doesn't cause you to dent a fender in somebody's car.(2) She stopped at a shot of a beautifully pure blue sky, which held only for a second before the camera dropped and found two teenagers, a boy and a girl, leaning against the fender of a car.(3) For your body parts needs, the store offers light and high-grade replacements body panels such as the hood, fender and door.(4) The smaller of the two jumped on to the side fender on the driver's side and demanded any valuables in the police chief's possession.(5) They all fell over and Carrie banged her head on the fender .(6) My front wheel hit the rear fender of the car and I ended up sliding along the road sideways.(7) I have to bash my fender into shape so the truck will pass inspection.(8) One, starting at the headlight, forms a curve (upward over the fender area, downward along the door, then back up and down on the rear quarter) that is said to be reminiscent of the beltline of a classic roadster.(9) The downside of this design is that minor collision damage often necessitated the replacement of the whole hood - a costly item - instead of just one fender .(10) Truex's car needed a new nose, hood, fender and pinbars to hold the radiator in place.(11) It was being towed into the dock when the line parted and the bow swung round, hitting a wooden fender on the berth, leaving the vessel with a gaping gash on its forward end.(12) Take your boat to an empty space and do some man overboard drills with a fender , or practice backing up to a race mark.(13) In the fireplace are a pair of brass andirons and a fender , American or English, dating from the early nineteenth century.(14) I know it's awful, but what I think about is not Richard, my best friend until I was eleven, but the gum I left under the fender of his family's stationwagon.(15) In this case, we notified the engineers of the fender and hood, as well as the supplier of a plastic attachment in the wheel well.(16) Another bus' right front fender also had a large gash.
(1) front fender :: フロントフェンダー
1. buffer ::
2. wing ::
Different Formsfender, fenders
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