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Noun
Tubes, considered as a group
“RND engineers had constructed a pipe to pump water from this well towards the front line and reduce the water shortages.”
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The pipes, together with their fixtures, of a water, gas or sewage system in a house or other building
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A musical wind instrument of Celtic origin, possessing a flexible bag inflated by bellows, a double-reed melody pipe and up to four drone pipes
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Plural for a device for smoking tobacco, consisting of a bowl and a narrow tube
“He drew another breath from his pipe. The glow from its bowl glinted in his eyes.”
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Plural for a wind instrument, typically consisting of a single tube with holes along its length
“The jig was a popular dance, typically performed to the music of a pipe or tabor that often had a vocal accompaniment.”
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Plural for a large barrel for the storage of liquid, especially of alcoholic drinks
“The marquis could still levy certain duties, for example, three sous on every full pipe of wine or oil.”
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Plural for a vertical line used in typography or computing
“I can try to use a pipe in my code to direct input into the spawned process.”
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Plural for a small or narrow passage within a structure
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Plural for a pipe or valve through which water or gas may escape
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Plural for a feeble, high-pitched sound made by an animal, especially a bird
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Plural for on-and-off device
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Plural for a connecting band or pipe in machinery
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Plural for a bar that slides into a socket to fasten a door or window
Verb
To utter words using speech
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To direct or guide along a pathway
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“Some resourceful citizens used crudely designed systems to pipe the gas into cookstoves and fireplaces.”
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To make a short, sharp, high-pitched sound
“Gawain sleeps in his iron armor, nearly slain by the sleet, where the birds pipe piteously for pain of the cold.”
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To play music, either by whistling or on a pipe instrument
“Come, pipe a tune to dance to, lad.”
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(pipe up) To speak up, especially in a robust, assertive manner
“The audience began to pipe up, telling Francesca about times when something hadn't felt quite right or a presence had revealed itself to them via touch, sound, or thought.”
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To make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune
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To make a sound, usually with an instrument
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To edge or trim (a garment) with braid
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To send or transmit something electronically
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To breed specimens of (a plant or animal) by natural processes from the parent stock
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To see, be present at, or know at first hand
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