English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "drill"

I drilled a hole in the wall to put the picture hook intoOil companies have been drilling for oil in the Atlantic for about 10 years.

I drilled a hole in the wall to put the picture hook into.

A major oil company is drilling in the far north with the hopes of finding significant reserves there.

I hate hearing the sound of the drill when I go to the dentist's office.

You should drill a hole in the wood before trying to put in the screw.

The teacher drilled the class with the irregular verbs for a couple of days until everyone knew them.

I drilled the hole in the wrong place, so I have to redo it.

In 1859, a workman apparently remarked, Drill for oil? You mean drill into the ground to try to find oil? You're crazy.

Because they are so hard, most diamonds are used to make tools such as dental drills and metal cutters.

It is as yet impossible to drill deep enough to sample the Earth's core.

Some neutron stars spin 600 times a second, which is as fast as a dentist's drill.

Shifting sands in the south of Tunisia make drilling for oil difficult and expensive.

Drilling a well is a difficult and expensive operation.

Discussion question: Should drilling for oil be permitted in national parks?

Find someone who hates the sound of a dentist's drill.


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