Definition of 'duct'
Example sentences containing 'duct'
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Her skull was cracked, her mouth covered with duct tape and she had a nylon cord around her neck. The Sun (2016)It helps the liver to release toxins through the bile ducts into the bowel. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Your doctor should also ensure your tear ducts are not blocked. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He was wearing a crash helmet and a pressure suit strapped together with duct tape. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And a few rolls of duct tape. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We have tear ducts to delve into. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Keep it looking edgy by taking the liner right into the tear duct. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His tear ducts are clearly on message. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She fixed it with duct tape. Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)The actor has a dozen or so tattoos and a pair of jeans so worn they are held together with duct tape. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He is wealthy and successful, a quality that always sets the bile ducts flowing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Wrap the straws in duct tape about two-thirds of the way up the straws. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This show certainly gives your tear ducts a clear-out. The Sun (2013)What does she mean, no duct tape? Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's also worth carefully massaging the tear duct. The Sun (2011)She then tearfully attaches some sandals with duct tape and walks on for 50 miles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Because the chill and some grit will get the tear ducts going and then: bang. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I could see guys taping in the windscreen with what looked like duct tape or gaffer tape. The Sun (2011)There, they were bound with duct tape and placed inside a car that had been wired with explosives and doused in petrol. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With blocked ducts, the tube drains tears from the eyes into nose doesn't work properly. The Sun (2007)Unlike a solid barrier, the ice will form itself around the many obstacles, such as buried cables and ducts. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Thus, his designs emphasised the unadorned colours and textures of metal and concrete, and often left structures such as pipes and ducts visible. Times, Sunday Times (2007)On board the most complex machine yet built, ground control showed the crew how to modify an air filter with duct tape, cardboard and a sock. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'duct'
British English: duct NOUN
A duct is a pipe, tube, or channel which carries a liquid or gas.
...a big air duct in the ceiling.
Definition of duct from the Collins English Dictionary
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