orifice

[n] - an aperture or hole opening into a bodily cavity
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orifice

an opening of a measured diameter that is used for measuring the flow of fluid through a pipe, the orifice must be of smaller diameter than the pipe diameter. It is drilled into an orifice plate held by an orifice fitting.
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Orifice

Orifice: An opening. The mouth for example is an orifice.
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Orifice

Or'i·fice noun [ French, from Latin orificium ; os , oris , a mouth + facere to make. See Oral , and Fact .] A mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe, etc.; an opening; as, the orifice of an artery or vein; the orifice of a wound. Shak.
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orifice

An opening. The mouth for example is an orifice. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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orifice

opening noun an aperture or hole that opens into a bodily cavity; `the orifice into the aorta from the lower left chamber of the heart`
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orifice

(or´ĭ-fis) the entrance or outlet of any body cavity. any opening or meatus. adj., orific´ial., adj.
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Orifice

• (n.) A mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe, etc.; an opening; as, the orifice of an artery or vein; the orifice of a wound.
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orifice

orifice 1. An aperture, or hole, opening into a bodily cavity. 2. The entrance, or outlet, of any body cavity. 3. An opening, especially the mouth, anus, vagina, or other opening into a cavity or passage in the body.
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orifice

Type: Term Pronunciation: or′i-fis Definitions: 1. Any aperture or opening. Synonyms: orificium
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orifice

Latin orificium = opening.
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orifice

(or;u1-fis) An opening into a body cavity or tube.
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orifice

(or;u1-fis) An opening into a body cavity or tube.
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Orifice

An orifice is any opening, mouth, hole or vent, as of a pipe, plate, or a body. ...
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orifice

an opening or aperture such as that of a cup shaped receptacle or the summit of a leaf sheath in grasses and sedges
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Orifice

An opening, as a vent, mouth, or hole through which something may pass.
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orifice

The dorsal opening of the shell in barnacles.
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Orifice

the mouth of a cavity
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Orifice

the mouth of a cavity
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