Duct

a tube which carries a secretion onto the surface of skin or mucosa.
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duct

[n] - a continuous tube formed by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls 2. [n] - a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance 3. [n] - an enclosed conduit for a fluid
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Duct

A pipe or closed conduit made of sheet metal, fibreglass board, or other suitable material used for conducting air to and from an air handling unit. See also: Duct Acoustics.
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Duct

A space set-aside for services. May be vertical or horizontal.
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Duct

Prefabricated sheet steel trunking to provide heating and ventilating service to building.
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Duct

(ducts) A tube or channel which carries liquid or chemicals from one part of the body to another. For example, ducts in the breasts carry milk to the nipple.
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Duct

The ink reservoir on a press.
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Duct

Duct: A passage or a tube with well-defined walls suitable for the conveyance of air or liquids, as the bile duct and the pancreatic duct. Duct is a contraction of the New Latin word ductus. The Romans, however, used the word canalis to designate a conduit.
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Duct

A cylindrical or rectangular 'tube' used to move air either from exhaust or intake, and for distributing warm air from the heating plant to rooms, or air from a conditioning device or as cold air returns. The installation is referred to as 'duct work.'
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Duct

Here used to describe a channel within the thickness of a wall or other structural component, used to accommodate pipes or cables, or for ventilation or heating.
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Duct

Duct noun [ Latin ductus a leading, conducting, conduit, from ducere , ductum , to lead. See Duke , and confer Douche .] 1. Any tube or canal by which a fluid or other substance is conducted or conveyed. 2. (Anat.) One of the vessels of an an...
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duct

<anatomy> A passage with well defined walls, especially a tube for the passage of excretions or secretions. ... Synonym: ductus. ... Origin: L. Ductus from ducere = to draw or lead ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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duct

epithelial duct noun a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance; `the tear duct was obstructed`; `the alimentary canal`; `poison is released through a channel in the snake`s fangs`
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duct

noun an enclosed conduit for a fluid
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duct

noun a continuous tube formed by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls
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duct

(dukt) a passage with well-defined walls, especially a tubular structure for the passage of excretions or secretions. adj., ductal, adj. .
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Duct

• (n.) Any tube or canal by which a fluid or other substance is conducted or conveyed. • (n.) One of the vessels of an animal body by which the products of glandular secretion are conveyed to their destination. • (n.) Guidance; direction. • (n.) A large, elongated cell, either round or prismatic, usually found associated with wo...
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duct

(L. ductus from ducere to draw or lead) a passage with well-defined walls, especially a tube for the passage of excretions or secretions; called also ductus (NA).
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duct

duct 1. A conduit, channel, or tube, for the conveyance of water or other liquid. 2. A pipe or tube through which air is conveyed for cooling, ventilation, etc. 3. A conduit for an electric cable or the like. 4. A tube or canal in the animal body, by which the bodily fluids are conveyed. Formerly used in a wide sense, so as to include the bloo...
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duct

Type: Term Pronunciation: dŭkt Definitions: 1. A tubular structure giving exit to the secretion of a gland or organ, capable of conducting fluid. Synonyms: ductus
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Duct

[Industrial Exhaust] == Licensing: == ...
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Duct

[industrial exhaust] Industrial exhaust ducts are pipe systems that connect hoods to industrial chimneys through other components of exhaust systems like fans, collectors, etc. Ducts are low-pressure pneumatic conveyors to convey dust, particles, shavings, fumes, or chemical hazardous components from air in the vicinity to a shop floor or a...
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Duct

A channel for holding and protecting conductors and cables, made of metal or an insulating material, usually circular in cross section like a pipe. Also referred to as Conduit.
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DUCT

A cylindrical or rectangular 'tube' used to move air either from exhaust or intake. The installation is referred to as 'duct work'.
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Duct

Any tube, pipe or other conduit by which air or fluid is transfered.
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