clevis
Noun

clevis (plural clevises)

  1. A U-shaped coupling having holes at each end, through which a bolt is run; used especially to fit attachments to a tractor or other vehicle as it allows a degree of rotation about the bolt.
Translations
  • French: chape
  • Russian: такела́жная ско́ба



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