sledgehammer
Noun

sledgehammer (plural sledgehammers)

  1. A hammer that consists of a large, heavy, broad and flat block of metal (the head) attached to a handle typically 0.5 meter to 1 meter long. The sledgehammer's design is meant to allow it to be swung powerfully, and to distribute force over a wide area upon impact.
Translations Verb

sledgehammer (sledgehammers, present participle sledgehammering; past and past participle sledgehammered)

  1. To strike with a sledgehammer.



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