One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Having a rounded edge or end.‘a bull-nosed chisel’
- ‘For example, if your finished floor level is going to be higher than the adjoining room or hallway you should get bull nose tile to create a smooth transition.’
- ‘Then the bull-nosed, curvilinear pavilion containing conference and concert facilities.’
- ‘Usually you'll be using a bull nose tile that can be applied directly on top of the back field tiles by buttering the back of the bull nose tiles and sticking them to the wall.’
- ‘Vertical circulation is primarily via lifts just inboard from these stairs, in a bull-nosed service tower sheathed in stainless steel.’
- ‘Built of reinforced concrete with steel-framed windows and brick walls, the building is linear in form, bull-nosed on the east and two storeys high with an oversailing roof and terraces.’
- ‘The bus company has just acquired a 1950 bull-nosed Bedford OB bus, which until recently did duty as the Trossachs Trundler taking trippers around the Scottish highlands.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.