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hinge in Technology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_156_ahingehinge1 /hɪndʒ/ noun [countable]  hinge.jpg TBTDa piece of metal fastened to a door, lid etc that allows it to swing open and shut
Examples from the Corpus
hingeThe gate seemed strong and solid, with four big hinges set into the stone.The punctured door was carried from its hinges and borne into the room.She had locked the screen, he knew, to keep the wind from catching it and tearing it off its hinges.Then unscrew all opening sash hinges of old windows.The right panel dangled from its upper hinge, swaying slightly, its rusted hinge producing a soft, musical squeak.