vehicle

  1. a conveyance that transports people or objects
  2. a medium for the expression or achievement of something

Vehicle

See metaphor.
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Vehicle

a carriage. That through which anything expresses itself. Thus the body is the vehicle of the soul. Same as Vahan.
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vehicle

[n] - a medium for the expression or achievement of something 2. [n] - a conveyance that transports people or objects
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Vehicle

any machine that carries a person. This might be a machine with an engine (like a car) or a machine for which you have to provide the motion (like a bicycle). Usually road vehicles have wheels, but some have special 'caterpillar tracks' to help them move over rough ground.
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vehicle

Substance(s) used to formulate active ingredients for administration or use. Note: In this context, it is a general term for solvents, suspending agents, etc.
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vehicle

As used when referring to fluxes and solder paste, the ‘vehicle` is a thermally stable material that acts as a high temperature solvent during wave soldering. Sometimes it is also a weak activator. Depending on its properties, it can inhibit or induce corrosion.
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Vehicle

The liquid portion of a finishing material; it consists of the binder (non-volatile) and volatile thinners.
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Vehicle

Ve'hi·cle noun [ Latin vehiculum , from vehere to carry; akin to English way , wain . See Way , noun , and confer Convex , Inveigh , Veil , Vex .] 1. That in or on which any person or thing is, or may ...
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Vehicle

Ve'hi·cle noun (Chemistry) A liquid used to spread sensitive salts upon glass and paper for use in photography.
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vehicle

1. An excipient. ... 2. Any medium through which an impulse is propagated. ... Origin: L. Vehiculum ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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vehicle

noun a conveyance that transports people or objects
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vehicle

noun a medium for the expression or achievement of something; `his editorials provided a vehicle for his political views`; `a congregation is a vehicle of group identity`; `the play was just a vehicle to display her talents`
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vehicle

noun a substance that facilitates the use of a drug or pigment or other material that is mixed with it
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vehicle

(ve´ĭ-kәl) excipient. any medium through which an impulse is propagated.
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Vehicle

• (n.) A liquid used to spread sensitive salts upon glass and paper for use in photography. • (n.) That in or on which any person or thing is, or may be, carried, as a coach, carriage, wagon, cart, car, sleigh, bicycle, etc.; a means of conveyance; specifically, a means of conveyance upon land. • (n.) A substance in which medicine is...
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vehicle

(from the article `tenor and vehicle`) the components of a metaphor, with the tenor referring to the concept, object, or person meant, and the vehicle being the image that carries the ...
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vehicle

(from the article `aerospace industry`) The product line of the aerospace industry is, by necessity, broad because its primary products—flight vehicles—require up to millions of individual ... An important competitive development has been the perfection of intermodal freight transport systems. In North America and Europe they ...
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vehicle

(L. vehiculum) 1. an excipient. 2. any medium through which an impulse is propagated.
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vehicle

vehicle 1. A device or structure for transporting people or things; a conveyance; such as, a space vehicle. 2. A self-propelled conveyance that runs on tires; such as, a motor vehicle. 3. A medium through which something is transmitted, expressed, or accomplished: 'His written statements are a vehicle for his political views.' 4. The concrete or...
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Vehicle

A specific channel or publication for carrying the advertising message to a target audience. For example, one medium would be magazines, while one vehicle would be Time magazine.
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Vehicle

Portion of a coating that includes all liquids and the binder. The vehicle and the pigment are the two basic components of paint.
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Vehicle

The liquid used as a binder in the manufacture of paint
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vehicle

a general term denoting any single item of rolling stock, e.g. a locomotive, a coach or a wagon
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Vehicle

Television, newspaper or film. . .the medium by which a message of any kind is delivered whether the message is fact, fiction, real, or entertaining
Found on http://www.allmovie.com/glossary/term/vehicle
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