Bangor ladder

noun \ˈbaŋ-ˌgȯr, ˈban-\
variants: less commonly

Bangor

\ˈbaŋ-ˌgȯr, ˈban-\ play

Definition of Bangor ladder

  1. :  a long extension ladder controlled by means of poles and used in firefighting

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Origin and Etymology of bangor ladder

from Bangor, Maine, where it was invented


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