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  1. pipe

    • IPA[pʌɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a tube used to convey water, gas, oil, or other fluid substances.;a cylindrical vein of ore or rock, especially one in which diamonds are found.
    • v.
      convey (water, gas, oil, or other fluid substances) through a pipe or pipes;transmit (music, a radio or television programme, signal, etc.) by wire or cable
    • noun: pipe, plural noun: pipes

    • verb: pipe, 3rd person present: pipes, gerund or present participle: piping, past tense: piped, past participle: piped

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a tube used to convey water, gas, oil, or other fluid substances.
    • 2. a cylindrical vein of ore or rock, especially one in which diamonds are found.
    • 3. a cavity in cast metal.
    • 4. a duct, vessel, or tubular structure in the body, or in an animal or plant.
    • 5. a connection to the Internet or to a website.
    • 6. a device for smoking tobacco, consisting of a narrow tube made from wood, clay, etc. with a bowl at one end in which the tobacco is burned, the smoke from which is drawn into the mouth:

      a smell of pipe tobacco

    • 7. a quantity of tobacco held by a pipe:

      they were sharing a pipe of tobacco

    • 8. a device for smoking illegal drugs:

      a crack pipe

    • 9. a wind instrument consisting of a single tube with holes along its length that are covered by the fingers to produce different notes:

      the tone of a reed pipe

    • 10. bagpipes.
    • 11. a set of musical pipes joined together, as in pan pipes.
    • 12. any of the cylindrical tubes by which notes are produced in an organ.
    • 13. a boatswain's whistle.
    • 14. a high-pitched cry or song, especially of a bird:

      the sad little pipe of the ringed plover

    • 15. a command which causes the output from one routine to be the input for another.
    • 16. the symbol
    • .

      a fresh pipe of port

    • 17. a cask for wine, especially as a measure equal to two hogsheads, usually equivalent to 105 gallons (about 477 litres):
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. convey (water, gas, oil, or other fluid substances) through a pipe or pipes:

      water from the lakes is piped to Manchester

    • 2. transmit (music, a radio or television programme, signal, etc.) by wire or cable:

      he was watching a movie piped to his room on one of the hotel's video channels

    • 3. play (a tune) on a pipe or pipes:

      he believed he'd heard music—a tune being piped

    • 4. play a pipe or pipes as a ceremonial accompaniment to the arrival or departure of (someone):

      the Duke was piped on board

    • 5. use a boatswain's whistle to summon (the crew) to work or a meal:

      the hands were piped to breakfast

    • 6. (of a bird) sing in a high or shrill voice:

      outside at the back a curlew piped

    • 7. say something in a high, shrill voice:

      ‘No, miss,’ piped Lucy

    • 8. decorate (clothing or soft furnishings) with thin cord covered in fabric and inserted into a seam.
    • 9. arrange (food, particularly icing or cream) in decorative lines or patterns:

      she had been piping cream round a flan

    • 10. propagate (a pink or similar plant) by taking a cutting at the joint of a stem.
    • n. a pipe for conveying water.

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    • n. a rack for holding tobacco pipes.

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    • n. a simple wind instrument having or made from a reed.

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    • n. a rack for holding tobacco pipes.

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    • n. a pipe acting as a flue.

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    • n. a simple wind instrument made from a reed or with the sound produced by a reed.

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    • n. a pipe for conveying water.

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    • n. a pipe acting as a flue.

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    • IPA[pīp]

    美式

    • n.
      a tube of metal, plastic, or other material used to convey water, gas, oil, or other fluid substances.
    • v.
      convey (water, gas, oil, or other fluid substances) through a pipe or pipes:
    • water from the lakes is piped to several towns

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