Grinding definition

Grinding means to reduce to powder or small fragments and includes mechanical chipping or drilling.
Grinding means the abrasion, by aid of mechanical power, of metal, by means of a grindstone or abrasive wheel;
Grinding means the act of mechanically reducing the size of organic materials.

Examples of Grinding in a sentence

  • Grinding and/or pulverization of concrete is NOT acceptable or allowed.

  • The promotional activity under domestic promotion includes participation in domestic events, media campaign and providing training to prospective entrepreneurs on setting up of Coffee Roasting, Grinding and Packaging Units.

  • Grinding sludge from mechanical machining in the areas of lead glass, special glass, optical glass and plate glass, nor caustic sludge from chemical surface treatment in the areas of lead glass, special glass and optical glass.

  • Grinding work on the side can weaken the wheel, may cause premature failure and could result in injury from wheel separation.

  • The objective of this training programme is to create awareness of the latest technologies in the Coffee Roasting, Grinding and Packaging Industry and to demonstrate the techniques for brewing good quality Coffee.


More Definitions of Grinding

Grinding means the abrading, by means of mechanical power, of an article or a part of an article by means of a wheel, disc or band;
Grinding means the abrasion, by aid of mechanical power, of metal, by
Grinding means reducing to powder or small fragments. This term also includes mechanical chipping or drilling.
Grinding means the treatment of waste by uniformly reducing the waste to particles of controlled maximum size;
Grinding means the process of grinding clinker or granulated blast furnace slag into the powder that is or is an ingredient used in making cement.
Grinding means to reduce to powder or small fragments and includes drilling, cutting, chipping, or any activity that renders otherwise non-friable material friable.