What is another word for grommet?

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[ ɡɹˈɒmɪt], [ ɡɹˈɒmɪt], [ ɡ_ɹ_ˈɒ_m_ɪ_t]

How to use "Grommet" in context?

The word "grommet" comes from the Dutch word "grom" meaning a hole. A grommet is a small hole that is used to increase the strength or diameter of a piece of material. A grommet is formed by punching a hole in the material, then inserting a dowel or a rod. The grommet is then hammered closed.

Grommets are used in a variety of applications, including in construction, manufacturing, and aviation. They are often used to attach materials, such as sheets of metal, to other materials, such as a frame.

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