Results for: Gouge

In Definitions

What does to gouge mean?

The verb gouge means to "dig out". It can be applied to digging a trench, or to using your fingers on someone's eyes in a fight. In slang usage, to gouge somebody means to (MORE)
In The Difference Between

What is the different between scribing gouge and firmer gouge?

A scribing gouge has the bevel ground on the inside and is used primarily for cutting an internal radius (for example when cutting a mason's mitre). A firmer gouge has the bev (MORE)
In Woodturning

What does a gouge do?

A gouge is a tool used to scoop/dig out wood. A bit like a chisel.
In Canada Politics

What is consumer gouging?

Its raising prices when consumers have no choice but to buy from the company, its often a symptom of privately owned monopolies such as water or train companies in the UK.
In Economics

What is price gouge?

When a company charges you significantly more for a good than the amount required to cover its costs especially when the good is more of a necessity than a want.
In Golf

What is a fairway gouge?

If you are talking about the chunk of Earth and grass that flies up when a golfer swings, then it's called a "divot".
In Mechanical Engineering

What is gouging in welding process?

Gouging is a process where an arc is established between a carbon rod and the metal to be gouged and the metal is melted. A steady flow of air is blown into that molten pool r (MORE)
In Example Sentences

What is the use of gouging?

Gouging is the process of removing unwanted materials.It is done by means of material is locally heated and molten metal is ejected out or blow up.
In Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages

How old is Olympe de Gouges?

Olympe de Gouges was born on May 7, 1748 and died on November 3, 1793. Olympe de Gouges would have been 45 years old at the time of death or 267 years old today.
In Adjectives and Articles

Is gouged a noun?

No, the word 'gouged' is the past participle, past tense of the verb to gouge. The past participle of the verb alsofunctions as an adjective . The word 'gouge' is both a no (MORE)