drill

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Pronunciation[change]

  • enPR: drĭl, IPA: /drɪl/ or [drɪɫ]
  • (file)

Noun[change]

Singular
drill

Plural
drills

A drill
  1. (countable) A drill is an object used to dig a hole.
    He used the drill to make a hole on the wall.
  2. (countable & uncountable) A practice before a major event is called a drill.
    Our school often conduct fire drills to train us in case of a real fire.

Verb[change]

Plain form
drill

Third-person singular
drills

Past tense
drilled

Past participle
drilled

Present participle
drilling

  1. To drill someone is to get a piece of information into someone's head.
    My teacher tried all ways to drill the mathematical concept into my head.