Trestle vs Holder - What's the difference?
As a noun trestle
is a horizontal member supported near each end by a pair of divergent legs, such as sawhorses.
As a proper noun holder is
A horizontal member supported near each end by a pair of divergent legs, such as sawhorses.
A folding or fixed set of legs used to support a tabletop or planks.
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A framework, using spreading, divergent pairs of legs used to support a bridge.
A trestle bridge.
- He turned the knob, but the door was locked. Retracing his steps past a vacant lot, the young man entered a shop where a colored man was employed in varnishing a coffin, which stood on two trestles in the middle of the floor.
* trestle bed
* trestle board
* trestle table
A thing that holds.
A person who temporarily or permanently possesses something.
- Put your umbrella in the umbrella holder .
- He's been an account holder with us since 2004.
(nautical) One who is employed in the hold of a vessel.
(sports) The defending champion.
- In 2012, there were 28 living holders of the Victoria Cross or the George Cross.