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/bōlt/,
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bolts, plural;
  1. Pass (flour, powder, or other material) through a sieve

Noun
  1. A roll of fabric, originally as a measure
    • - the room is stacked with bolts of cloth

  1. move or jump suddenly; "She bolted from her seat"
  2. rigidly: in a rigid manner; "the body was rigidly erect"; "he sat bolt upright"
  3. thunderbolt: a discharge of lightning accompanied by thunder
  4. a sliding bar in a breech-loading firearm that ejects an empty cartridge and replaces it and closes the breech
  5. bang: directly; "he ran bang into the pole"; "ran slap into her"
  6. secure or lock with a bolt; "bolt the door"
  7. The BOLT Browser is a web browser for mobile phones including feature phones and smartphones that can run Java ME applications. The BOLT Browser is offered free of charge to consumers and by license to Mobile network operators and handset manufacturers. BOLT is produced by Bitstream Inc. ...
  8. Bolt is a 1994 drama film starring Richard Grieco in the title role as a New Jersey biker. After fleeing west to escape a gang war, Bolt becomes romantically involved with Native American Patty Deerheart (Sean Young),, Karen Valby, Entertainment Weekly and is compelled to battle to protect her ...
  9. Bolt is a 2008 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios, and is its forty-eighth animated feature. ...
  10. In climbing, a bolt is a permanent anchor fixed into a hole drilled in the rock, usually consisting of a glued-in or expansion bolt.
  11. Bolt, in comics, may refer to: * Bolt, the alias of Chris Bradley (comics) * Bolt (DC Comics), a DC Comics supervillain * Bolt, another name used by Starbolt * Bolt (AC Comics), a character from AC Comics * Bolt (Image Comics), a character from Image Comics who appeared in Capes and Invincible ...
  12. A quarrel or bolt is the term for the ammunition used in a crossbow. The name "quarrel" is derived from the French carré, "square", referring to the fact that they typically have square heads. Although their length varies, they are typically shorter than traditional arrows.
  13. A (usually) metal fastener consisting of a cylindrical body that is threaded, with a larger head on one end. ...
  14. (Bolted) Used on the turns when a horse bears out sharply. This term is more severe than BORE OUT due to the fact that he bears out very quickly and ends up well past the middle of the track.
  15. (Bolted) took off real quick; ran
  16. (bolting) Vegetables which quickly go to flower rather than producing the food crop. Usually caused by late planting and too warm temperatures.
  17. (Bolting) Producing flowers and seeds prematurely.
  18. (Bolting) 'Running to seed' or flowering before you want. In many cases this will ruin the vegetable you are trying to grow.
  19. (BOLTING) Installation of ¼ inch threaded -steel into cracked, splitting, or weak joints of a tree. This is typically used when considerable structural support is necessary to ensure the health of a tree.
  20. (Bolting) (running to seed)—Flowering prematurely, usually due to unsuitable climatic conditions at certain stages of growth. Spinach, lettuce, celery, broccoli, and endive are plants that are prone to bolting.
  21. (Bolting) 1. When a horse suddenly runs away, with or without a rider.^ 2. When a horse eats its feed too rapidly.^
  22. (Bolting) Applied to a vegetable that is prematurely producing seed heads (AKA gone to seed).
  23. (Bolting) Some plants flower or produce seed prematurely before they have put on sufficient growth and reached maturity. This is often caused by poor soil or lack of water.
  24. (Bolting) The early flowering of a plant before it develops its crop. Cabbage, lettuce, radishes, and several other crops are subject to bolting. Often caused by rapid temperature changes, cool temperatures, and over fertilization with hot manures.
  25. (Bolting) Two possible meanings; one is 'to run away', the other is 'to eat dangerously fast'. For  diagnosis and prevention of the latter problem, see Horse Food Bolting. See also Choke.