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Synonyms for grind

Synonyms for grind

to break up into tiny particles

to rub together noisily

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to do tedious, laborious, and sometimes menial work

to study or work hard, especially when pressed for time

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to treat arbitrarily or cruelly

a habitual, laborious, often tiresome course of action

one who works or toils tirelessly

Synonyms for grind

an insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or boringly studious

the grade of particle fineness to which a substance is ground

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hard monotonous routine work

the act of grinding to a powder or dust

press or grind with a crushing noise

make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together

dance by rotating the pelvis in an erotically suggestive way, often while in contact with one's partner such that the dancers' legs are interlaced

reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading

created by grinding

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shape or form by grinding

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Once we see how the surface area increases as we cut, or grind, the coffee into a greater and greater number of particles, it makes sense that various grinds would be necessary to utilize the exposed surface area for both the specific grind as well as the specific brewing method (Figure 4).
Vertical-impact Mikro-ACM classifier mills grind heat-sensitive material without coolants.
With the new grinder, we can program it for either a convex or concave surface, as well as for a flat grind."
A finish grind pass with a borazon wheel is recommended when grinding four or more knives in the head.
This total grinder automation technology includes not only the monitoring and measuring of every aspect of a coffee grind, including density and temperature, but also the adjusting of the grinder to automatically maintain the desired specification.
With the combined operation machine, one operator can tend four machines to grind both the flute and the clearances.
To better understand this concept, it should be noted that "grinding" is a misnomer and the process properly described is more of a "fracturing/cracking" of the coffee bean between rotating surfaces, at which point an "explosion" occurs and the resultant particle granulation produces a particle distribution or grind. When coffee beans of reduced friability are introduced into the grinder, such as those still hot from the roaster, they will fracture (grind) less and a larger grind will result.
Using this equipment, each grinder can grind to size dies of different diameters in a continuous run, with only a change in part programs.
Today, the operator grinds the adaptor's two ODs and one ID in one setup.
In another application, a 10-head abrasive-belt conveyorized system grinds saw blades up to 28" long, Figure 9.
Both 7-micron and 3-micron grinds with or without surface treatment.
Mikro-Bantam pulverizer, an economical mill for lab, pilot plant or small batch production, grinds samples as small as 10 g for analytical purposes with minimal loss at rates of 200 lb/hr for small batches.
Available in 7-micron and 3-micron grinds with or without surface treatment.
* Mikro-Bantam pulverizer is said to be an economical mill for lab, pilot plant or small batch production, which grinds samples as small as 10 g for analytical purposes with minimal loss at rates of 200 lb/hr for small batches.
The grinds in each product line range from a relatively coarse 200 mesh used as an economical functional filler to superfine products with a 1.5-micron median particle size used as reinforcing additives.