Intake

Those entering the Armed Forces or Civilian workforce. Includes new recruits, re-entrants and transfers from other Forces. If taken over a sufficiently long time, intake figures may include the same individuals more than once, if they were re-entrants.

intake

[n] - an opening through which fluid is admitted to a tube or container
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intake

Amount of a substance that is taken into the body, regardless of whether or not it is absorbed: the total daily intake is the sum of the daily intake by an individual from food, drinking-water, and inhaled air.
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Intake

See inbye.
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Intake

In'take` noun 1. The place where water or air is taken into a pipe or conduit; -- opposed to outlet . 2. the beginning of a contraction or narrowing in a tube or cylinder. 3. The quantity taken in; as, the intake of air.
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intake

noun an opening through which fluid is admitted to a tube or container
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intake

(in´tāk) the substances, or quantities of substances, that are taken in and used by the body; this refers to all routes by which foods and fluids enter the body, including by mouth, rectum, irrigation tube, or parenteral administration. the process of admission of an individual to a health facility.
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Intake

• (n.) The place where water or air is taken into a pipe or conduit; -- opposed to outlet. • (n.) The quantity taken in; as, the intake of air. • (n.) the beginning of a contraction or narrowing in a tube or cylinder.
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intake

(from the article `coal mining`) ...mined. Air circulation is achieved by creating a pressure difference between the mine workings and the surface through the use of fans. Fresh air ...
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Intake

[land] An intake is a parcel of land, of the order of {convert|12|ha}, which has been `taken in` from a moor and brought under cultivation. The term is used almost exclusively in the north of England applying to land on the fringes of the Pennines and other moors. The creation of intakes went on from medieval times up to the 19th century. S...
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Intake

The passage through which fresh air is drawn or forced into a mine or to a section of a mine.
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intake

the intentional or accidental introduction, for instance by ingestion, inhalation or cutaneous transfer, of radioactive materials into the body
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Intake

Part of pump where water enters when pump forms partial vacuum.
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Intake

An intake, or especially for aircraft inlet, is an air intake for an engine. Because the modern internal combustion engine is in essence a powerful air pump, like the exhaust system on an engine, the intake must be carefully engineered and tuned to provide the greatest efficiency and power. An ideal intake system should increase the velocity of th...
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Intake

The entrance to a turbine at a dam, diversion works, or pumping station.
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intake

Court process whereby a decision is made on how to proceed in a juvenile case.
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Intake

The stage of the CPS case process where the CPS caseworker screens and accepts reports of child malt
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Intake

The passage through which fresh air is drawn or forced into a mine or to a section of a mine.
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intake

A structure that diverts water into a conduit leading to the power plant.
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