Definition of 'drainpipe'
Example sentences containing 'drainpipe'
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So I had no difficulty in spotting which drainpipe you come down by. PASSION IN THE PEAK (2002)Luckily his skinned knees were hidden and there were no other visible signs of his descent by drainpipe. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (2002)Behind the house, she shed her shoes and clutched the drainpipe which rose to the roof gutter. CHAMELEON (2002)
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Translations for 'drainpipe'
British English: drainpipe /ˈdreɪnˌpaɪp/ NOUN
A drainpipe is a pipe attached to the side of a building, through which rainwater flows from the roof into a drain.
He climbed up a drainpipe to the bathroom window.
- American English: drainpipe
- Arabic: أُنْبُوبُ التَّصْرِيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: cano de escoamento
- Chinese: 排水管
- Croatian: odvodna cijev
- Czech: okapní roura
- Danish: nedløbsrør
- Dutch: rioolbuis
- European Spanish: bajante
- Finnish: ränni
- French: gouttière
- German: Abflussrohr
- Greek: οχετός
- Italian: grondaia
- Japanese: 排水管
- Korean: 배수관
- Norwegian: avløpsrør
- Polish: rura odpływowa
- European Portuguese: cano de escoamento
- Romanian: burlan
- Russian: водосточная труба
- Spanish: caño del desagüe
- Swedish: avloppsrör
- Thai: ท่อระบายน้ำ
- Turkish: atık borusu
- Ukrainian: водостічна труба
- Vietnamese: ống thoát nước
Definition of drainpipe from the Collins English Dictionary
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