What is another word for t-bar?

Pronunciation: [tˈiːbˈɑː] (IPA)

"T-bar" is a term commonly used in skiing, but it can also refer to different objects in various fields. As a skiing term, "t-bar" is synonymous with "J-bar," "fixed grip," "T-bar lift," and "platter lift." In architecture and construction, a "t-bar" can also refer to a suspended ceiling consisting of a grid of metal strips with interconnected crossbars. In engineering, "t-bar" is synonymous with "T-section beam" or "tee beam," which is a structural beam with a T-shaped cross-section. Moreover, in typography, "t-bar" is used to describe the horizontal line on a lowercase t letter. Overall, the term "t-bar" has various meanings depending on the context of its use.

Synonyms for T-bar:

What are the hypernyms for T-bar?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    ski lift, ski tow, Ski transportation system, lift system.

Related words: shoe t-bar, t-bar shoe, running shoe t-bar

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