- (America) IPA: /ˈkɹoʊˌbɑɹ/
crowbar (plural crowbars)
- An iron or steel bar, often with a flattened end which may also be hook-shaped, to be used as a lever to manually force things apart.
- An electrical circuit that prevents an overvoltage from causing damage.
- A type of cocktail made with only Crown Royal whiskey and lemon lime soda.
- French: pied-de-biche
- German: Nageleisen, Kuhfuß, Geißfuß, Brechstange, Brecheisen, Stemmeisen
- Italian: piede di porco, palanchino
- Portuguese: pé-de-cabra
- Russian: лом
- Spanish: palanqueta, palanca, pata de cabra
crowbar (crowbars, present participle crowbarring; past and past participle crowbarred)
- (transitive) To use force to move. To prise.