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  1. drain

    • IPA[dreɪn]

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    • v.
      cause the water or other liquid in (something) to run out, leaving it empty or dry;cause or allow (liquid) to run off or out of something
    • n.
      a channel or pipe carrying off surplus liquid, especially rainwater or liquid waste.;a frame of metal bars set in a road over the opening to a rainwater channel.
    • verb: drain, 3rd person present: drains, gerund or present participle: draining, past tense: drained, past participle: drained

    • noun: drain, plural noun: drains

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    • n.
      a very shallow drain set into a road or other surface: the kangaroo jumped over the table drain straight into my front wheel

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    • n.
      a drain built to carry away excess water in times of heavy rain.

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    • n.
      a drain made of porous or perforated piping and placed in a gravel-filled trench, used for ...

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    • n.
      the emigration of highly trained or intelligent people from a particular country: a leading British team of chemists has joined the brain drain to the United States

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    • n.
      a drain built to carry away excess water in times of heavy rain.

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    • n.
      an underground pipe for draining fields: the volume of water is forcing old stone field drains to the limit

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    • n.
      the emigration of highly trained or qualified people from a particular country: a leading British team of chemists has joined the brain drain to the United States

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    • ph.
      experience a rapidly worsening situation apparently leading to failure or disaster

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    • v.
      cause the water or other liquid in (something) to run out, leaving it empty, dry, or drier: we drained the swimming pool
    • n.
      a channel or pipe carrying off surplus liquid, especially rainwater or liquid waste.

    Oxford American Dictionary