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pipe

 (pīp)
n.
1.
a. A hollow cylinder or tube used to conduct a liquid, gas, or finely divided solid.
b. A section or piece of such a tube.
2.
a. A device for smoking, consisting of a tube of wood, clay, or other material with a small bowl at one end.
b. An amount of smoking material, such as tobacco, needed to fill the bowl of a pipe; a pipeful.
3. Informal
a. A tubular part or organ of the body.
b. pipes The passages of the human respiratory system.
4. Abbr. p.
a. A wine cask having a capacity of 126 gallons or 2 hogsheads (478 liters).
b. This volume as a unit of liquid measure.
5. Music
a. A tubular wind instrument, such as a flute.
b. Any of the tubes in an organ.
c. pipes A small wind instrument, consisting of tubes of different lengths bound together.
d. pipes A bagpipe.
6. pipes Informal The vocal cords; the voice, especially as used in singing.
7. A birdcall.
8. Nautical A whistle used for signaling crew members: a boatswain's pipe.
9. Geology
a. A vertical cylindrical vein of ore.
b. One of the vertical veins of eruptive origin in which diamonds are found in South Africa.
10. Geology An eruptive passageway opening into the crater of a volcano.
11. Metallurgy A cone-shaped cavity in a steel ingot, formed during cooling by escaping gases.
v. piped, pip·ing, pipes
v.tr.
1.
a. To convey (liquid or gas) by means of pipes.
b. To convey as if by pipes, especially to transmit by wire or cable: piped music into the store.
2. To provide with pipes or connect with pipes.
3.
a. To play (a tune) on a pipe or pipes.
b. To lead by playing on pipes.
4. Nautical
a. To signal (crew members) with a boatswain's pipe.
b. To receive aboard or mark the departure of by sounding a boatswain's pipe.
5. To utter in a shrill reedy tone.
6. To furnish (a garment or fabric) with piping.
7. To force through a pastry tube, as frosting onto a cake.
8. Slang To take a look at; notice.
v.intr.
1. To play on a pipe.
2. To speak shrilly; make a shrill sound.
3. To chirp or whistle, as a bird does.
4. Nautical To signal the crew with a boatswain's pipe.
5. Metallurgy To develop conical cavities during solidification.
Phrasal Verbs:
pipe down Slang
To stop talking; be quiet.
pipe up
To speak up.

[Middle English, from Old English pīpe, from Vulgar Latin *pīpa, from Latin pīpāre, to chirp.]

pipe

(paɪp)
n
1. (General Engineering) a long tube of metal, plastic, etc, used to convey water, oil, gas, etc
2. a long tube or case
3. (Recreational Drugs)
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. (Recreational Drugs) Also called: pipeful the amount of tobacco that fills the bowl of a pipe
5. (Biology) zoology botany any of various hollow organs, such as the respiratory passage of certain animals
6. (Instruments)
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. (Instruments) an obsolete three-holed wind instrument, held in the left hand while played and accompanied by the tabor. See tabor
8. (Instruments) the pipes See bagpipes
9. a shrill voice or sound, as of a bird
10. (Nautical Terms)
a. a boatswain's pipe
b. the sound it makes
11. (Anatomy) (plural) informal the respiratory tract or vocal cords
12. (Metallurgy) metallurgy a conical hole in the head of an ingot, made by escaping gas as the metal cools
13. (Mining & Quarrying) a cylindrical vein of rich ore, such as one of the vertical diamond-bearing veins at Kimberley, South Africa
14. (Geological Science) Also called: volcanic pipe a vertical cylindrical passage in a volcano through which molten lava is forced during eruption
15. slang US 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. (Music, other) 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. (Nautical Terms)
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. (Knitting & Sewing) (tr) to trim (an article, esp of clothing) with piping
24. (Cookery) (tr) to force (cream, icing, etc) through a shaped nozzle to decorate food
[Old English pīpe (n), pīpian (vb), ultimately from Latin pīpāre to chirp]
ˈpipeless adj
ˈpipy adj

pipe

(paɪp)
n
1. a large cask for wine, oil, etc
2. (Units) a measure of capacity for wine equal to four barrels. 1 pipe is equal to 126 US 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 pīpāre to chirp; compare pipe1]

pipe1

(paɪp)

n., v. piped, pip•ing. n.
1. a hollow cylinder of metal, wood, or other material, used for the conveyance of water, gas, steam, etc.
2. a tube of wood, clay, or other material, with a small bowl at one end, used for smoking tobacco, opium, etc.
3. a quantity, as of tobacco, filling the bowl of such a smoking utensil.
4.
a. a musical wind instrument, as a flute or oboe, constructed of a single tube.
b. a small recorder held with one hand while the other beats a drum.
c. one of the tubes from which the tones of an organ are produced; flue pipe or reed pipe.
d. pipes, bagpipe.
e. pipes, panpipe.
5. a high-pitched whistle used by a boastswain for giving signals.
6. the call or utterance of a bird, frog, etc.
7. pipes, the human vocal cords or the voice, esp. as used in singing.
8.
a. a tubular organ or passage.
b. Usu., pipes. the human respiratory passage.
9. any of various tubular or cylindrical objects or natural formations, as an eruptive passage of a volcano or geyser.
10.
a. a cylindrical vein or body of ore.
b. (in South Africa) a vertical, cylindrical matrix, of intrusive igneous origin, in which diamonds are found.
v.i.
11. to play on a pipe.
12. to speak in a high-pitched or piercing tone.
13. to make or utter a shrill sound like that of a pipe.
14. to signal, as with a boatswain's pipe.
v.t.
15. to convey by or as if by pipes.
16. to supply with pipes.
17. to play (music) on a pipe or pipes.
18. to summon, order, etc., by sounding a boatswain's pipe or whistle.
19. to bring, lead, etc., by or as if by playing on a pipe: to pipe dancers.
20. to utter in a shrill tone: to pipe a command.
21. to trim or finish with piping, as an article of clothing.
22. to force (dough, frosting, etc.) through a pastry tube onto a baking sheet, cake or pie, etc.
23. to convey by an electrical wire or cable: to pipe in music.
24. pipe down, Slang. to stop talking; be quiet.
25. pipe up, to make oneself heard, esp. as to assert oneself; speak up.
[before 1000; Middle English, Old English pīpe musical pipe, tube (c. German Pfeife, Old Norse pīpa) < Vulgar Latin *pīpa, derivative of Latin pīpāre to chirp, play a pipe]

pipe2

(paɪp)

n.
1. a large cask, of varying capacity, esp. for wine or oil.
2. such a cask as a measure of liquid capacity, equal to 4 barrels, 2 hogsheads, or 126 gallons.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French, ultimately same as pipe1]

pipe


Past participle: piped
Gerund: piping

Imperative
pipe
pipe
Present
I pipe
you pipe
he/she/it pipes
we pipe
you pipe
they pipe
Preterite
I piped
you piped
he/she/it piped
we piped
you piped
they piped
Present Continuous
I am piping
you are piping
he/she/it is piping
we are piping
you are piping
they are piping
Present Perfect
I have piped
you have piped
he/she/it has piped
we have piped
you have piped
they have piped
Past Continuous
I was piping
you were piping
he/she/it was piping
we were piping
you were piping
they were piping
Past Perfect
I had piped
you had piped
he/she/it had piped
we had piped
you had piped
they had piped
Future
I will pipe
you will pipe
he/she/it will pipe
we will pipe
you will pipe
they will pipe
Future Perfect
I will have piped
you will have piped
he/she/it will have piped
we will have piped
you will have piped
they will have piped
Future Continuous
I will be piping
you will be piping
he/she/it will be piping
we will be piping
you will be piping
they will be piping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been piping
you have been piping
he/she/it has been piping
we have been piping
you have been piping
they have been piping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been piping
you will have been piping
he/she/it will have been piping
we will have been piping
you will have been piping
they will have been piping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been piping
you had been piping
he/she/it had been piping
we had been piping
you had been piping
they had been piping
Conditional
I would pipe
you would pipe
he/she/it would pipe
we would pipe
you would pipe
they would pipe
Past Conditional
I would have piped
you would have piped
he/she/it would have piped
we would have piped
you would have piped
they would have piped

pipe


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To decorate by applying icing, purée, butter, etc., through a forcing bag and nozzle.

Pipe

A unit of liquid volume. One pipe equals two Hogsheads.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pipe - a tube with a small bowl at one endpipe - a tube with a small bowl at one end; used for smoking tobacco
pipe bowl, bowl - a small round container that is open at the top for holding tobacco
briar pipe, briar - a pipe made from the root (briarroot) of the tree heath
calabash pipe, calabash - a pipe for smoking; has a curved stem and a large bowl made from a calabash gourd
calumet, peace pipe, pipe of peace - a highly decorated ceremonial pipe of Amerindians; smoked on ceremonial occasions (especially as a token of peace)
clay pipe - a pipe made of clay
calean, chicha, hookah, hubble-bubble, hubbly-bubbly, kalian, narghile, nargileh, sheesha, shisha, water pipe - an oriental tobacco pipe with a long flexible tube connected to a container where the smoke is cooled by passing through water; "a bipolar world with the hookah and Turkish coffee versus hamburgers and Coca Cola"
meerschaum - a pipe having a bowl made of meerschaum
mouthpiece - the tube of a pipe or cigarette holder that a smoker holds in the mouth
stem - the tube of a tobacco pipe
tube, tubing - conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
2.pipe - a long tube made of metal or plastic that is used to carry water or oil or gas etc.
chimneypot - a short earthenware pipe on the top of a chimney to increase the draft
discharge pipe - a pipe through which fluids can be discharged
drainpipe, waste pipe, drain - a pipe through which liquid is carried away
drilling pipe - a series of tubes (joined by screwed collars) that connect a drilling platform to the drilling bit; rotates the bit and supplies drilling mud
elbow - a length of pipe with a sharp bend in it
exhaust pipe - a pipe through which burned gases travel from the exhaust manifold to the muffler
fuel line, petrol line, gas line - a pipe that carries gasoline from a tank to a gasoline engine; "the car wouldn't start because dirt clogged the gas line"
main - a principal pipe in a system that distributes water or gas or electricity or that collects sewage
manifold - a pipe that has several lateral outlets to or from other pipes
pipeline, line - a pipe used to transport liquids or gases; "a pipeline runs from the wells to the seaport"
riser main, riser pipe, riser pipeline, riser - a vertical pipe in a building
sparge pipe - a horizontal pipe having fine holes drilled throughout its length so as to deliver a spray of water
spout - an opening that allows the passage of liquids or grain
standpipe - a vertical pipe
steam line, steam pipe - a pipe conducting steam
tailpipe - a pipe carrying fumes from the muffler to the rear of a car
tube, tubing - conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
3.pipe - a hollow cylindrical shapepipe - a hollow cylindrical shape    
cylinder - a surface generated by rotating a parallel line around a fixed line
4.pipe - a tubular wind instrumentpipe - a tubular wind instrument    
bagpipe - a tubular wind instrument; the player blows air into a bag and squeezes it out through the drone
chanter, melody pipe - reed pipe with finger holes on which the melody is played
bourdon, drone pipe, drone - a pipe of the bagpipe that is tuned to produce a single continuous tone
fipple flute, fipple pipe, vertical flute, recorder - a tubular wind instrument with 8 finger holes and a fipple mouthpiece
pandean pipe, panpipe, syrinx - a primitive wind instrument consisting of several parallel pipes bound together
pitch pipe - a small pipe sounding a tone of standard frequency; used to establish the starting pitch for unaccompanied singing
wind instrument, wind - a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by the breath
5.pipe - the flues and stops on a pipe organpipe - the flues and stops on a pipe organ
flue pipe, labial pipe, flue - organ pipe whose tone is produced by air passing across the sharp edge of a fissure or lip
pipe organ, organ - wind instrument whose sound is produced by means of pipes arranged in sets supplied with air from a bellows and controlled from a large complex musical keyboard
organ stop - a graduated set of organ pipes of like tone quality
reed pipe - organ pipe with a vibrating reed
wind instrument, wind - a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by the breath
Verb1.pipe - utter a shrill cry
cry, scream, shout out, yell, squall, shout, holler, hollo, call - utter a sudden loud cry; "she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle"; "I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me"
caterwaul, yowl - utter shrieks, as of cats
2.pipe - transport by pipeline; "pipe oil, water, and gas into the desert"
transport - move something or somebody around; usually over long distances
3.pipe - play on a pipe; "pipe a tune"
music - musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
play - perform music on (a musical instrument); "He plays the flute"; "Can you play on this old recorder?"
pipe up - begin to play or sing
4.pipe - trim with piping; "pipe the skirt"
adorn, decorate, grace, ornament, embellish, beautify - make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"

pipe

noun
1. tube, drain, canal, pipeline, line, main, passage, cylinder, hose, conduit, duct, conveyor The liquid is conveyed along a pipe.
2. clay (pipe), briar, calabash (rare), meerschaum, hookah (rare) He gave up cigarettes and started smoking a pipe.
3. whistle, horn, recorder, fife, flute, wind instrument, penny whistle Pan is often pictured playing a reed pipe.
verb
1. convey, channel, supply, conduct, bring in, transmit, siphon The gas is piped through a coil surrounded by water.
pipe down (Informal) be quiet, shut up (informal), hush, stop talking, quieten down, shush, button it (slang), belt up (slang), shut your mouth, hold your tongue, put a sock in it (Brit. slang), button your lip (slang) Just pipe down and I'll tell you what I want.
pipe up speak, volunteer, speak up, have your say, raise your voice, make yourself heard, put your oar in `That's right, mister,' another child piped up. see tobacco
Translations
أنْبوبغَلْيونماسورَةمِزْماريَصْفُر، يَقولُ بِصَوْتٍ حاد
trubkadýmkapíšťalarourasvislítko
rør=-fløjtefløjteførelede
putkiurkupillihuiluletkupiippu
tuyaupipepipeautubebarre verticale
cijev
pipasipítcsőcsõvezetéken át továbbítorgonasíp
hljóîpípaleiîa eftir rörileika á hljóîpípupípapípa, rör
パイプ
도관
cypiamascyptelėtidūdadūdavimasdūdelė
caurulečiepstētdūdasnogādāt pa cauruļvadupīpe
pijpbuisorgelpijp
do fajkyfajkaviesť potrubímzapískať
cevpipapiščalka
rörflöjtlinapipa
ท่อ
boruboruyla taşımakçocuksu bir sesle konuşmakkavalkaval/gayda çalmak
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pipe

[paɪp]
A. N
1. (= tube) → tubo m, caño m; (larger, system of pipes) → tubería f, cañería f
a length of copper pipeuna tubería de cobre
see also overflow D
see also waste E
2. (Mus) [of organ] → cañón m, tubo m; (= wind instrument) → flauta f, caramillo m pipes (also bagpipes) → gaita f; (boatswain's) → silbato m
the pipes of Panla flauta de Pan
to play the pipestocar la gaita
3. (smoker's) → pipa f, cachimba f (esp LAm)
put that in your pipe and smoke it!¡chúpate ésa!
see also peace B
B. VT
1. (= convey) [+ water] → canalizar por tuberías; [+ gas] → llevar por gasoducto; [+ oil] → llevar por oleoducto
sewage from the villages is piped into the riverlas aguas residuales de los pueblos son canalizadas y vertidas al río
most of the houses here don't have piped waterla mayoría de las casas aquí no tienen agua corriente
the oil is piped across the desertel petróleo es conducido a través del desierto por un oleoducto
2. (= broadcast) [+ music] → emitir
piped musicmúsica f ambiental, hilo m musical (Sp)
3. (= play) [+ tune] → tocar (en flauta or gaita)
they piped the admiral aboardcon el silbato avisaron al almirante de que subiera a bordo
4. (Culin) [+ cake] → adornar con manga; [+ icing, cream] → poner con manga
to pipe cream on a cakeadornar una tarta con nata or (LAm) crema usando la manga
5. (Sew) → ribetear con cordoncillo
a jacket piped with blue at the seamsuna chaqueta con cordoncillo azul en las costuras
6. (= say) → decir con voz de pito; (= sing) → cantar con tono agudo
"but I want to help," she piped-pero es que yo quiero ayudar -dijo ella con voz de pito
C. VI (Mus) → tocar el caramillo/la flauta/la gaita (Naut) → tocar el silbato; [bird] → trinar
D. CPD pipe band Nbanda f de gaiteros
pipe bomb N bomba de mano casera en forma de tubo
pipe cleaner N(escobilla f) limpiapipas m inv
pipe dream Nsueño m imposible
pipe organ Nórgano m de tubos
pipe rack Nsoporte m para pipas
pipe smoker Nfumador(a) m/f de pipa
pipe stem Ncañón m de la pipa
pipe tobacco Ntabaco m de pipa
pipe down VI + ADVcallarse, cerrar el pico
pipe down, will you!¡cerrad ya el pico!
pipe up
A. VI + ADVmeter baza, saltar
then somebody piped up with another questiony entonces alguien metió baza con otra pregunta
B. VT + ADVsoltar de sopetón
"can I come too?" piped up a little voice-¿puedo ir yo también? -soltó de sopetón una vocecilla

pipe

[ˈpaɪp]
n
(for water, gas, oil)tuyau m
The pipes froze → Les conduites d'eau ont gelé., Les tuyaux ont gelé.
water pipe → conduite f d'eau
There's a leak in one of the water pipes → Il y a une fuite dans l'une des conduites d'eau.
gas pipe → conduite f de gaz
They had to replace the old gas pipes → Ils ont dû remplacer les vieilles conduites de gaz.
(for smoking)pipe f
He smokes a pipe → Il fume la pipe.
(MUSIC) (= wind instrument) → pipeau m
(MUSIC) (also organ pipe) → tuyau m (d'orgue)
vt [+ water, gas, oil] → acheminer pipes
npl (also bagpipes) → cornemuse f
He plays the pipes → Il joue de la cornemuse.
pipe down
vila fermer
Pipe down! I'm trying to read → Ferme-la ! J'essaie de lire.
pipe up
viclaironnerpipe bomb n bombe artisanale confectionnée avec une section de tuyau métalliquepipe cleaner ncure-pipe mpiped music nmusique f d'ambiance enregistréepipe dream nprojet m chimérique

pipe

n
(= tube: for water, gas, sewage) → Rohr nt, → Leitung f; (= fuel pipe, for steam)Leitung f; (in body) → Röhre f
(Mus) → Flöte f; (= fife, of organ, boatswain’s) → Pfeife f; pipes (= bagpipes)Dudelsack m; pipes of PanPanflöte f
(for smoking) → Pfeife f; pipe of peaceFriedenspfeife; to smoke a pipePfeife rauchen; put that in your pipe and smoke it! (inf)steck dir das hinter den Spiegel! (inf)
vt
water, oil etcin Rohren leiten; music, broadcastausstrahlen; water has to be piped in from the next stateWasser muss in Rohrleitungen aus dem Nachbarstaat herangeschafft werden; piped music (pej)Musikberieselung f (inf)
(Mus) tuneflöten, pfeifen; (= sing in high voice)krähen; (= speak in high voice)piepsen; (Naut) → pfeifen; to pipe somebody aboardjdn mit Pfeifensignal an Bord begrüßen or empfangen; he was even piped to the gallowsselbst zum Galgen wurde er mit Dudelsackmusik geleitet
(Cook) → spritzen; cakemit Spritzguss verzieren; (Sew) → paspelieren, paspeln
vi (Mus) → flöten, (die) Flöte spielen; (bird)pfeifen; (young bird: anxiously) → piep(s)en

pipe

:
pipe band
nDudelsackkapelle f
pipe bomb
nRohrbombe f
pipe burst
nRohrbruch m
pipe clamp
n (Tech) → Rohrschelle f
pipeclay
n (for making pipes) → Pfeifenton m
pipe cleaner
nPfeifenreiniger m
pipe clip
n (Tech) → Rohrschelle f
pipe dream
nHirngespinst nt; that’s just a pipedas ist ja wohl nur ein frommer Wunsch
pipe-layer
nRohrleitungs(ver)leger(in) m(f), → Rohrleitungsmonteur(in) m(f)
pipe-laying
nVerlegen ntvon Rohrleitungen
pipeline
n(Rohr)leitung f; (for oil, gas also) → Pipeline f; to be in the pipe (fig)in Vorbereitung sein; the pay rise hasn’t come through yet but it’s in the pipedie Lohnerhöhung ist noch nicht durch, steht aber kurz bevor; we’ve got a few changes in the pipewir müssen auf einige Änderungen gefasst sein

pipe

:
pipe rack
nPfeifenständer m
pipe smoker
nPfeifenraucher(in) m(f)
pipe tobacco
nPfeifentabak m
pipe tool
n (for pipe-smokers) → Pfeifenbesteck nt

pipe

:
pipework
nRohre pl
pipe wrench
n (Tech) → Rohrzange f

pipe

[paɪp]
1. n
a. (tube) → tubo pipes npl (piping) → tubatura fsg, conduttura fsg
b. (Mus) (of organ) → canna; (wind instrument) → piffero pipes npl (also bagpipes) → cornamusa fsg
c. (smoker's) → pipa
to smoke a pipe → fumare la pipa
put that in your pipe and smoke it! (fam) → che ti piaccia o no, è così!
2. vt
a. (water, oil) → portare per mezzo di tubature
b. (Mus) → suonare (col piffero or con la cornamusa); (speak or sing in high voice) → dire ( or cantare) con un tono di voce acuto
to pipe sb aboard (Naut) → accogliere qn a bordo al suono di una banda
c. (Culin) to pipe icing on a cakedecorare un dolce con la glassa
pipe down vi + adv (fam) → fare silenzio
pipe up vi + adv (fam) → farsi sentire

pipe

(paip) noun
1. a tube, usually made of metal, earthenware etc, through which water, gas etc can flow. a water pipe; a drainpipe.
2. a small tube with a bowl at one end, in which tobacco is smoked. He smokes a pipe; (also adjective) pipe tobacco.
3. a musical instrument consisting of a hollow wooden, metal etc tube through which the player blows or causes air to be blown in order to make a sound. He played a tune on a bamboo pipe; an organ pipe.
verb
1. to convey gas, water etc by a pipe. Water is piped to the town from the reservoir.
2. to play (music) on a pipe or pipes. He piped a tune.
3. to speak in a high voice, make a high-pitched sound. `Hallo,' the little girl piped.
ˈpiper noun
a person who plays a pipe or pipes, especially the bagpipes.
pipes noun plural
bagpipes or some similar instrument. He plays the pipes.
ˈpiping noun
1. the act of playing a musical pipe or pipes.
2. (the act or process of conveying water, gas etc by means of) a length of pipe or number of pipes. lead piping; Piping the oil ashore will not be easy.
adjective
(of a sound) high-pitched. a piping voice.
pipe dream
an idea which can only be imagined, and which would be impossible to carry out. For most people a journey round the world is only a pipe dream.
ˈpipeline noun
a long line of pipes used for conveying oil, gas, water etc. an oil pipeline across the desert.
piping hot
very hot. piping hot soup.

pipe

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pipe

n (for smoking) pipa
References in classic literature ?
He did his best and did it manfully, but I don't think he found that a pair of rampant boys, a pipe, or even the divine Plato, were very satisfactory substitutes for wife and child at home.
He smoked a cob pipe and after his wife's death sat all day in his empty office close by a window that was covered with cobwebs.
He was sitting on the edge of the cattle-pond, having a quiet pipe before supper.
He asked for a paper of tobacco; and as she had neglected to provide herself with the article, her brutal customer dashed down his newly-bought pipe and left the shop, muttering some unintelligible words, which had the tone and bitterness of a curse.
A tin pipe ascends through the ceiling, and forms a medium of vocal communication with other parts of be edifice.
Thus, while the busy dame bustled about the house, or plied her spinning-wheel at one end of the piazza, honest Balt would sit smoking his evening pipe at the other, watching the achievements of a little wooden warrior, who, armed with a sword in each hand, was most valiantly fighting the wind on the pinnacle of the barn.
Transcribed here the speech sounds harmless enough, particularly as uttered in the sweet, high, casual pipe with which, at all interlocutors, but above all at his eternal governess, he threw off intonations as if he were tossing roses.
Me sabbee plenty --grunted Queequeg, puffing away at his pipe and sitting up in bed.
Later on in the evening a traveler's horse was brought in by the second hostler, and while he was cleaning him a young man with a pipe in his mouth lounged into the stable to gossip.
This floor was filthy, yet they set Antanas with his mop slopping the "pickle" into a hole that connected with a sink, where it was caught and used over again forever; and if that were not enough, there was a trap in the pipe, where all the scraps of meat and odds and ends of refuse were caught, and every few days it was the old man's task to clean these out, and shovel their contents into one of the trucks with the rest of the meat!
Dinah, who required large intervals of reflection and repose, and was studious of ease in all her arrangements, was seated on the kitchen floor, smoking a short, stumpy pipe, to which she was much addicted, and which she always kindled up, as a sort of censer, whenever she felt the need of an inspiration in her arrangements.
As near as I could discover, he had probably gone to bed in a barn when drunk, and smoked his pipe there; and so a barn was burnt.