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The thin, horny plate at the ends of fingers and toes on humans and some other animals.
The basal thickened portion of the anterior wings of certain hemiptera.
The terminal horny plate on the beak of ducks, and other allied birds.
The claw of a bird or other animal.
A spike-shaped metal fastener used for joining wood or similar materials. The ''nail'' is generally driven through two or more layers of material by means of impacts from a hammer or other device. It is then held in place by friction.
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To fix (an object) to another object using a nail.
To drive a nail.
- The rivets of their arms were nail'd with gold.
(quote-av)|actor=(w)|role=Captain Healy|writers=(w); Robert Reneau; (w)|passage=Dammit, John, I'm tired of this 'Demolition Man' stuff! (..) Now, I know you've been trying to nail this psycho for two years, but try remembering a little thing called official police procedure.
(quote-book)|title=Sophist|first=Lesley, transl.|last=Brown|others=(w)|passage=we'll nail the sophist to it, if we can get him on that charge;
To expose as a sham.
To accomplish (a task) completely and successfully.
Of a male, to engage in intercourse with.
(quote-av) The only person I told was my shrink. / Andrew Clark: And what did he do when you told him? / Allison Reynolds: He nailed me.
(quote-av)|role=(w)|episode=(w)|season=2|number=3|writer=(w) and (w)|title=(w)|year=1999|text=There’s a benefit gala at the Boston Pops tonight, and... well, I’m trying to nail the flautist.
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