1a : a horny sheath protecting the upper end of each finger và toe of humans & most other primates

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4a : to hit or strike in a forceful manner : whack sense 1a nailed the ball nailed him on the head with a rock

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Noun a hammer và some nails I get my nails done at the beauty salon tóc every other week. a pair of nail clippers Verb Nail the picture lớn the wall. All the doors were nailed shut. He got nailed by his parents while trying lớn sneak out of the house. He got nailed for not paying his taxes. The FBI has nailed the hackers. See More
Recent Examples on the Web: Noun The spa has ten rooms, including several treatment suites equipped with trendy amenities like a Quartz Crystal massage bed, a spa Wave Bed và a Bastien Gonzalez nail salon. — Katie Lockhart, Robb Report, 31 May 2022 Marin Slanina, owner of Star Sailor, says there were just two days between robberies, leaving her beer bar, a hair salon and a nail salon to deal with broken windows & empty cash boxes. — Megha Mcswain, Chron, 23 May 2022 Police said the explosion happened inside the nail salon just after police arrived. — Lorraine Taylor, Fox News, 17 May 2022 The nail salon is a luxury for some moms, so bringing the luxury to lớn their home could be a good gift idea. — Elizabeth Ayoola, Essence, 3 May 2022 The awardees include an urgent care center, a grocery store, a community kitchen, seafood restaurant, nail salon and a boutique bar. — Chanel Stitt, Detroit không lấy phí Press, 3 May 2022 In 2016, Nina Park went into the business of crafting & selling nail wraps online. — Globe Staff, BostonGlobe.com, 23 May 2022 Biotin, sometimes referred khổng lồ as vi-ta-min B7, is the lifeblood of skin, nail and hair health. — Grooming Playbook, The Salt Lake Tribune, trăng tròn May 2022 All of Krok"s work is hand-painted, and one of her appointments can take anywhere from two lớn four hours, which includes removing previous polish and sculpting the nail to her liking before starting the design. — Gabi Thorne, Allure, trăng tròn May 2022 Recent Examples on the Web: Verb But so was the dialogue, và this is where Cerda really nails it. — Nina Metz, chicagotribune.com, 20 June 2017 Marist coach Colleen Biebel also sent Garofalo, who was nailed at trang chủ on a perfect relay throw from Barrington shortstop Julia Kozar. — Tony Baranek, Daily Southtown, 10 June 2017 & making sure Johnson nailed all those backing vocals. — Matt Wake, AL.com, 9 June 2017 Some houses had bathtubs, mirrors, furniture, crosses nailed to the wall. — Washington Post, 5 June 2017 By nailing down Chance as the festival’s finale, before even his star-making turn at this year’s Grammy Awards, Sasquatch! grabbed one of this year’s marquee live acts for their youthful audience. — Charles R. Cross, The Seattle Times, 24 May 2017 Why does hãng apple nail what channel the Cavs trò chơi is on but Google does not? — Alexis C. Madrigal, The Atlantic, 18 May 2017 Finally, in 2011, Shell & Eni paid the government $1.3 billion, including about $200 million as a signature bonus -- a onetime fee charged by some oil-producing nations -- lớn nail down the contract once & for all. — Chiara Albanese, Bloomberg.com, 9 May 2017 How could anyone nail both the keys và the rhythms with perfect accuracy? — David Pogue, Scientific American, 3 July 2017 See More

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First Known Use of nail


before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a


before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for nail


Middle English, from Old English nægl; akin lớn Old High German nagal nail, fingernail, Latin unguis fingernail, toenail, claw, Greek onyx