British pronunciation/nˈe‍ɪl/
American pronunciation/ˈneɪɫ/

to attach something securely by using small pointed metal pieces


to easily succeed at doing something


to find or catch someone for doing something wrong or illegal


to hit the ball forcefully and accurately


to clearly and unmistakably establish or identify something


a small strong pointy metal that is inserted into walls or wooden objects using a hammer to hang things from or fasten them together


the hard, thin layer on the upper surface of the tip of the finger and toe

What is a "nail"?


A nail is a protective structure composed of keratin located at the end of each finger and toe. It serves as a shield, covering the fingertip or toe, and acts as a barrier against potential damage and infection. Nails also contribute to tactile sensation and enhance sensitivity in the fingertips. They can grow and be trimmed, and their appearance can be influenced by various factors, including health and personal care habits. Understanding the anatomy and function of nails is important for maintaining nail health, hygiene, and overall hand and foot function.


a former unit of length for cloth equal to 1/16 of a yard

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