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A tube, pipe, or protected trough for electric wires
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  1. A tube, pipe, or protected trough for electric wires
  2. A means by which something is transmitted:
  3. A pipe or channel for conveying fluids
Such a tube equipped with a nozzle and attachments
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  1. Such a tube equipped with a nozzle and attachments
  2. A flexible tube used to convey fluids, esp. water from a hydrant or faucet
  3. (Historical) A tightfitting outer garment worn by men, covering the hips, legs, and feet, or extending only to the knees or ankles, and attached to the doublet by cords or ribbons (called points)
A cylindrical tube of clear glass, usually open at one end and rounded at the other, used as a container for small amounts of a substance in laboratory tests and experiments.
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  1. A cylindrical tube of clear glass, usually open at one end and rounded at the other, used as a container for small amounts of a substance in laboratory tests and experiments.
A length of tube, or a system of tubes
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  1. A length of tube, or a system of tubes
  2. The activity of riding an inner tube or other inflated device for fun or relaxation, as in a stream, down a snow-covered hill, or towed behind a motorboat in a body of water.
  3. A piece or length of tube
Any similar passage, as one in a mine
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  1. Any similar passage, as one in a mine
  2. A passageway, as through a mountain or under a body of water, as for automotive or rail traffic
  3. An underground or underwater passage.
(Dated) loon (bird of order Gaviformes)
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  1. (Dated) loon (bird of order Gaviformes)
  2. A machine for weaving thread or yarn into cloth
  3. An apparatus for making thread or yarn into cloth by weaving strands together at right angles.
An underground, metropolitan electric railway or the tunnel through which it runs
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  1. An underground, metropolitan electric railway or the tunnel through which it runs
  2. A passage for such a railroad.
  3. An underground tunnel or passage, as for a water main or for pedestrians.
A commodity, such as food, contained in a package and sold as a unit:
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  1. A commodity, such as food, contained in a package and sold as a unit:
  2. A wrapped or boxed object; a parcel:
  3. A combination of items considered, offered, or sold as a unit:
A single unit that converts radiant energy into electric energy:
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  1. A single unit that converts radiant energy into electric energy:
  2. A cell phone.
  3. A storm cell.
An electron tube from which the air has been evacuated to the highest possible degree
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  1. An electron tube from which the air has been evacuated to the highest possible degree
  2. An electron tube from which all or most of the gas has been removed, permitting electrons to move with low interaction with any remaining gas molecules.
  3. An electron tube from which all air has been removed. The vacuum ensures transparency inside the tube for electric fields and moving electrons. Most electron tubes are vacuum tubes; cathode-ray tubes, which include television picture tubes and other video display tubes, are the most widely used vacuum tubes. In other electronic applications, vacuum tubes have largely been replaced by transistors.
(Physics) Any of several devices consisting of a sealed chamber, either evacuated or filled with gas at low pressure, in which an electric current flows between electrodes.
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  1. (Physics) Any of several devices consisting of a sealed chamber, either evacuated or filled with gas at low pressure, in which an electric current flows between electrodes.
  2. A sealed tube, usually of glass, containing a vacuum or a gas and electrodes that are connected to pinlike terminals that protrude from the base, used as a plug-in component in an electronic device to control the flow of electrons
  3. A sealed enclosure, either highly evacuated or containing a controlled quantity of gas, in which electrons can be made sufficiently mobile to act as the principal carriers of current between at least one pair of electrodes.
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