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U-bend

n
(Building) a U-shaped bend in a pipe or drain that traps water in the lower part of the U and prevents the escape of noxious fumes or vapours; trap
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U-bend

[ˈjuːbend] N (Brit) → codo m, curva f en U

U-bend

n (in pipe) → U-Bogen m; (in road) → Haarnadelkurve f

U-bend

[ˈjuːˌbɛnd] n (in pipe) → gomito
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Of course, the efficacy of U-bends and related topics have for centuries haunted the highly-strung sensibilities of British travellers.
You can check out a GoPro video of one of his laps above to see what you can expect in terms of U-bends, ramps and speedy straights.
It is littered with potholes, U-bends, and every other hazard and obstacle you could think of.
I had to pick up sweaty underpants, I had to clean boots, I'd have 2p coins left under U-bends in toilets and if I didn't find them then I'd have to run round the track.
This contract, which will be awarded following a competitive dialogue procedure, consists of replacing several U-bends, A, C and U-shaped branches on the primary circuit of approximately 9 slices of the 900 MW stage except the generator replacement operation Of Steam.
New to driving, she navigates very cautiously along the mountainous terrain of Masinagudi with its sharp U-bends and narrow paths, barely lit with street lights.
But technically speaking, they simply enlarge the plastic body and make a bigger evaporator, while the U-bends and cooling pipes remain smaller and give less cooling power.
Why not plumbers with wedding cakes designed to look like U-bends, firefighters with fire-engine cakes and police officers with baton-shaped puddings?
After discovering the varying results between methods of L-bend analysis, analysis of U-bends (or expansion loops) began.
But it was his work-mate - and another League club ex-trainee - who persuaded him to forget about u-bends and pipes and seize his second chance.
Each circuit is a combination of straight tubes linked by U-bends. The refrigerant flowing in the tubes may be in single-phase (subcooled liquid or superheated vapor) or two-phase state.
Since the dreaded "active service" issue first surrounded Harry, the Army have done more U-bends than the plumbers at Wimpey Homes.