- cleat (n.)
- c. 1300, clete "wedge," from Old English *cleat "a lump," from West Germanic *klaut "firm lump" (cognates: Middle Low German klot, klute, Middle Dutch cloot, Dutch kloot, Old High German kloz, German kloß "clod, dumpling"). In Middle English, a wedge of wood bolted to a spar, etc., to keep it from slipping (late 14c.). Meaning "thin metal plate for shoes, etc." is c. 1825.
- 1. Though you have a cleat self - knowledge and have thought about possible occupations.
- 2. To supply , support , secure, or strengthen with a cleat.
- 把船固定在缆柱, 系索拴, 或夹板上.
- 3. Do you generally cleat your desk at the end of each day?
- 一般来说.你每天工作结束后.会清理你的办工作 吗 ?
- 4. Or maybe it is not a mi Marketing cleat all.
- 5. The cleat had two horns.
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