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pipe  

[1]  
      n  
1    a long tube of metal, plastic, etc., used to convey water, oil, gas, etc.  
2    a long tube or case  
3   
a    an object made in any of various shapes and sizes, consisting of a small bowl with an attached tubular stem, in which tobacco or other substances are smoked  
b    (as modifier)  
a pipe bowl     
4      (Also called)    pipeful   the amount of tobacco that fills the bowl of a pipe  
5      (Zoology, botany)   any of various hollow organs, such as the respiratory passage of certain animals  
6   
a    any musical instrument whose sound production results from the vibration of an air column in a simple tube  
b    any of the tubular devices on an organ, in which air is made to vibrate either directly, as in a flue pipe, or by means of a reed  
7    an obsolete three-holed wind instrument, held in the left hand while played and accompanied by the tabor  
   See       tabor  
8    the pipes      See       bagpipes  
9    a shrill voice or sound, as of a bird  
10   
a    a boatswain's pipe  
b    the sound it makes  
11    pl  
Informal   the respiratory tract or vocal cords  
12      (Metallurgy)   a conical hole in the head of an ingot, made by escaping gas as the metal cools  
13    a cylindrical vein of rich ore, such as one of the vertical diamond-bearing veins at Kimberley, South Africa  
14      (Also called)    volcanic pipe   a vertical cylindrical passage in a volcano through which molten lava is forced during eruption  
15      (U.S.)  
slang   something easy to do, esp. a simple course in college  
16    put that in your pipe and smoke it  
Informal   accept that fact if you can  
      vb  
17    to play (music) on a pipe  
18    tr   to summon or lead by a pipe  
to pipe the dancers     
19    to utter (something) shrilly  
20   
a    to signal orders to (the crew) by a boatswain's pipe  
b    tr   to signal the arrival or departure of  
to pipe the admiral aboard     
21    tr   to convey (water, gas, etc.) by a pipe or pipes  
22    tr   to provide with pipes  
23    tr   to trim (an article, esp. of clothing) with piping  
24    tr   to force (cream, icing, etc.) through a shaped nozzle to decorate food,   (See also)        pipe down       pipe up  
     (Old English pipe (n), pipian (vb), ultimately from Latin pipare to chirp)  
  pipeless      adj  
  pipy      adj  
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pipe   [2]  
      n  
1    a large cask for wine, oil, etc.  
2    a measure of capacity for wine equal to four barrels. 1 pipe is equal to 126 U.S. gallons or 105 Brit. gallons  
3    a cask holding this quantity with its contents  
     (C14: via Old French (in the sense: tube, tubular vessel), ultimately from Latin pipare to chirp; compare pipe1)  

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drill string   , pipe         
      n   (in the oil industry) a pipe made of lengths of steel tubing that is attached to the drilling tool and rotates during drilling to form a bore  


balance pipe  
      n     (Engineering)   a pipe between two points used to equalize pressure  
British Standard pipe thread  
      n     (Engineering)   a screw thread of Whitworth profile used for piping and designated by the bore of the pipe,   (Abbrev)    BSP  
corncob pipe  
      n   a pipe made from a dried corncob  
Dutchman's-pipe  
      n   a woody climbing plant, Aristolochia sipho, of the eastern U.S., cultivated for its greenish-brown mottled flowers, which are shaped like a curved pipe: family Aristolochiaceae  
escape pipe  
      n   a pipe for overflowing water, escaping steam, etc.  
flue pipe   , flue  
      n   an organ pipe or tubular instrument of the flute family whose sound is produced by the passage of air across a sharp-edged fissure in the side. This sets in motion a vibrating air column within the pipe or instrument  
Indian pipe  
      n   a white or pinkish saprophytic woodland plant, Monotropa uniflora, of the N hemisphere, with a solitary nodding flower resembling a pipe: family Monotropaceae  
jet pipe  
      n   the duct attached to the rear of a gas turbine through which the exhaust gases are discharged, esp. one fitted to an aircraft engine  
peace pipe  
      n   a long decorated pipe smoked by North American Indians on ceremonial occasions, esp. as a token of peace,   (Also called)    calumet, pipe of peace  
pipe   [1]  
      n  
1    a long tube of metal, plastic, etc., used to convey water, oil, gas, etc.  
2    a long tube or case  
3   
a    an object made in any of various shapes and sizes, consisting of a small bowl with an attached tubular stem, in which tobacco or other substances are smoked  
b    (as modifier)  
a pipe bowl     
4      (Also called)    pipeful   the amount of tobacco that fills the bowl of a pipe  
5      (Zoology, botany)   any of various hollow organs, such as the respiratory passage of certain animals  
6   
a    any musical instrument whose sound production results from the vibration of an air column in a simple tube  
b    any of the tubular devices on an organ, in which air is made to vibrate either directly, as in a flue pipe, or by means of a reed  
7    an obsolete three-holed wind instrument, held in the left hand while played and accompanied by the tabor  
   See       tabor  
8    the pipes      See       bagpipes  
9    a shrill voice or sound, as of a bird  
10   
a    a boatswain's pipe  
b    the sound it makes  
11    pl  
Informal   the respiratory tract or vocal cords  
12      (Metallurgy)   a conical hole in the head of an ingot, made by escaping gas as the metal cools  
13    a cylindrical vein of rich ore, such as one of the vertical diamond-bearing veins at Kimberley, South Africa  
14      (Also called)    volcanic pipe   a vertical cylindrical passage in a volcano through which molten lava is forced during eruption  
15      (U.S.)  
slang   something easy to do, esp. a simple course in college  
16    put that in your pipe and smoke it  
Informal   accept that fact if you can  
      vb  
17    to play (music) on a pipe  
18    tr   to summon or lead by a pipe  
to pipe the dancers     
19    to utter (something) shrilly  
20   
a    to signal orders to (the crew) by a boatswain's pipe  
b    tr   to signal the arrival or departure of  
to pipe the admiral aboard     
21    tr   to convey (water, gas, etc.) by a pipe or pipes  
22    tr   to provide with pipes  
23    tr   to trim (an article, esp. of clothing) with piping  
24    tr   to force (cream, icing, etc.) through a shaped nozzle to decorate food,   (See also)        pipe down       pipe up  
     (Old English pipe (n), pipian (vb), ultimately from Latin pipare to chirp)  
  pipeless      adj  
  pipy      adj  
pipe   [2]  
      n  
1    a large cask for wine, oil, etc.  
2    a measure of capacity for wine equal to four barrels. 1 pipe is equal to 126 U.S. gallons or 105 Brit. gallons  
3    a cask holding this quantity with its contents  
     (C14: via Old French (in the sense: tube, tubular vessel), ultimately from Latin pipare to chirp; compare pipe1)  
pipe cleaner  
      n   a short length of thin wires twisted so as to hold tiny tufts of yarn: used to clean the stem of a tobacco pipe  
pipe down  
      vb   intr, adv  
Informal   to stop talking, making noise, etc.  
pipe dream  
      n   a fanciful or impossible plan or hope  
     (alluding to dreams produced by smoking an opium pipe)  
pipe jacking  
      n   a method of laying underground pipelines by assembling the pipes at the foot of an access shaft and pushing them through the ground  
pipe major  
      n   the noncommissioned officer, generally of warrant officer's rank, who is responsible for the training, duty, and discipline of a military or civilian pipe band  
pipe organ  
      n   another name for organ (the musical instrument)  
   Compare       reed organ  
pipe roll  
      n     (History)   an annual record of the accounts of a sheriff or other minister of the crown kept at the British Exchequer from the 12th to the 19th centuries,   (Also called)    the Great Roll of the Exchequer  
     (C17: from pipe1 and roll; perhaps from documents being rolled into a pipe shape)  
pipe up  
      vb   intr, adv  
1    to commence singing or playing a musical instrument  
the band piped up     
2    to speak up, esp. in a shrill voice  
pitch pipe  
      n   a small pipe, esp. one having a reed like a harmonica, that sounds a note or notes of standard frequency. It is used for establishing the correct starting note for unaccompanied singing  
rainwater pipe  
      n     (Brit)      another name for       downpipe  
reed pipe  
      n  
1    a wind instrument, such as a clarinet or oboe, whose sound is produced by a vibrating reed  
2    an organ pipe sounded by a vibrating reed  
soil pipe  
      n   a pipe that conveys sewage or waste water from a toilet, etc., to a soil drain or sewer  
waste pipe  
      n   a pipe to take excess or used water away, as from a sink to a drain  
water pipe  
      n  
1    a pipe for water  
2       another name for       hookah  

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pipe  


      n  
1    conduit, conveyor, duct, hose, line, main, passage, pipeline, tube  
2    briar, clay, meerschaum  
3    fife, horn, tooter, whistle, wind instrument  
      vb  
4    cheep, peep, play, sing, sound, tootle, trill, tweet, twitter, warble, whistle  
5    bring in, channel, conduct, convey, siphon, supply, transmit  
    tobacco  


pipe down     
belt up     (slang)   be quiet, button it     (slang)   button one's lip     (slang)   hold one's tongue, hush, put a sock in it     (Brit. slang)   quieten down, shush, shut one's mouth, shut up     (informal)   silence  
pipe dream     
castle in the air, chimera, daydream, delusion, dream, fantasy, notion, reverie, vagary  
pipe up     
have one's say, make oneself heard, put one's oar in, raise one's voice, speak, speak up, volunteer  

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n.
A pipe that carries water and pollutants after being used in houses and businesses.

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