Bucket

The part of a loading shovel that is used to pick up aggregate and load it in vehicles or feed bins.

Bucket

A bucket or pail is typically a watertight, vertical cylinder or truncated cone, with an open top and a flat bottom, attached to a semicircular carrying handle called the bail. A common volume is 10 liters (dmĀ³). ==History== Building materials and solvents have been packaged in large metal pails, but in recent decades plastic buckets have been gr...
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bucket

[n] - the quantity contained in a bucket 2. [n] - a roughly cylindrical that is vessel open at the top 3. [v] - put into a bucket 4. [v] - carry in a bucket
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Bucket

• (n.) A vessel for drawing up water from a well, or for catching, holding, or carrying water, sap, or other liquids. • (n.) A vessel (as a tub or scoop) for hoisting and conveying coal, ore, grain, etc. • (n.) The valved piston of a lifting pump. • (n.) One of the receptacles on the rim of a water wheel into which the water rus...
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bucket

pail noun a roughly cylindrical vessel that is open at the top
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Bucket

[computing] In computing, the term bucket can have several meanings. It is used both as a live metaphor, and as a generally accepted technical term in some specialised areas. A bucket is most commonly a type of data buffer or a type of document in which data is divided into regions. ==Features of a bucket== Various usages relate to differen...
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Bucket

[machine part] A bucket (also called a scoop to qualify shallower designs of tools) is a specialized container attached to a machine, as compared to a bucket adapted to the form of a human being. It is a bulk material handling component. The bucket has an inner volume as compared to other types of machine attachments like blades or shovels....
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Bucket

Buck'et noun [ Middle English boket ; confer Anglo-Saxon buc pitcher, or Corn. buket tub.] 1. A vessel for drawing up water from a well, or for catching, holding, or carrying water, sap, or other liquids. « The old oaken bucket , the iron-bound bucket ...
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Bucket

Buck'et transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bucketed ; present participle & verbal noun Bucketing .] 1. To draw or lift in, or as if in, buckets; as, to bucket water. 2. To pour over from a bucket; to dr...
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Bucket

A basket or platform that supports one or more linemen attached to a boom of a truck.
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Bucket

A diamond-shaped, four-pin cluster, e.g., the 2-4-5-8 or 1-2-3-5. Some claim it to be the 2-4-5-8 fo
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bucket

a unit of volume, generally informal. In the U.S., many commodities (both wet and dry) are sold in plastic buckets holding 5 U.S. liquid gallons (about 18.927 liters). In Britain, a bucket is often understood to be 4 gallons, or 18.182 liters based on the British Imperial gallon.
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Bucket

Bucket is slang for to move quickly.
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Bucket

Four-pin diamond on sides or center of lane (2-4-5-8, 3-5-6-9, or 1-2-3-5). (dinner bucket)
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Bucket

Stable phase space area where beam may be captured and accelerated.
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Bucket

The planetary arrangement formed by nine planets occupying approximately one-half of a horoscope wit
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