draw|bar

draw|bar
draw|bar «DR BAHR», noun.
1. a bar on the back of a tractor to which implements are attached.
2. a device on a trailer for attaching it to the towing vehicle.
3. an iron rod with a hole at each end, formerly used as a coupling for railroad cars.

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