Another word for drill
Exercise, especially in military formation
training, maneuvers, marching, parade, close-order drill, open-order drill, conditioning, survival training, guerilla training, paratroop training, drop training, footslogging*, monkey drill*, push and pull*; see also march 1. See syn. study at practice.
A tool for boring holes
borer, wood bit, gimlet, countersink, steel drill, steam drill, electric drill, diamond drill, pneumatic drill, turbo-corer, cylindrical borer, boring tool, tap-borer, auger, corkscrew, awl, wimble, trepan, trephine, riveter, jackhammer; see also bit 5.
Device for planting seed in holes
Another word for drillnoun
Repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill:exercise, practice, rehearsal, study, training. See work
To subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition:exercise, practice, train, work out. See work
To instruct in a body of doctrine or belief:inculcate, indoctrinate. See teach
To fix (an idea, for example) in someone's mind by reemphasis and repetition:drive, implant, impress, inculcate, instill, pound. See teach