tube

A piece of rolled paper or cardboard of suitable dimensions upon which YARN is wound.

tube

(from the article `annelid`) ...simple lobes; frequently the setae project directly from the body wall. Many sedentary polychaetes construct tubes made from a substance secreted ...
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tube

(from the article `industrial glass`) Tubes and rods are made in three processes: the Danner process, the downdraw process, and the Vello process. In the Danner process, a continuous ...
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tube

(from the article `sound`) Tubes are classified by whether both ends of the tube are open (an open tube) or whether one end is open and one end closed (a closed tube). The ...
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tube

(from the article `steel`) With the development of the gas industry at the beginning of the 19th century, an increased demand developed for tubes to transmit gas. In 1824 a ...
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tube

(L. tubus) an elongated hollow cylindrical organ or instrument.
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tube

(tldbomacb) a hollow cylindrical organ or instrument. adj., tu´bal., adj.
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tube

[n] - (anatomy) any hollow cylindrical body structure 2. [n] - electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope 3. [n] - conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct liquids or gases 4. [v] - convey in a tube
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Tube

• (n.) A tunnel for a tube railway; also (Colloq.), a tube railway. • (n.) A vessel in animal bodies or plants, which conveys a fluid or other substance. • (n.) A more or less cylindrical, and often spiral, case secreted or constructed by many annelids, crustaceans, insects, and other animals, for protection or concealment. See Illus...
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thermionic vacuum tube noun electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope
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tubing noun conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
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Tube

(Fluorescent Light) A fluorescent lamp that has a tubular shape.
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tube

(lipstick) tubo
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Tube

[BBC Micro] In computing, the Tube was the expansion interface and architecture of the BBC Microcomputer System which allowed the BBC Micro to communicate with a second processor, or coprocessor. Under the Tube architecture, the coprocessor would run the application software for the user, whilst the Micro (acting as a host) provided all I/O...
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Tube

[container] A tube is a soft squeezable container which can be used for thick liquids such as glue and toothpaste. Basically, a tube is a cylindrical, hollow piece with a round or oval profile, made of plastic, paperboard, or aluminum. Both ends of this tube are treated differently during the manufacturing process and filling. In general, o...
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Tube

[fluid conveyance] A tube, or tubing, is a long hollow cylinder used for moving fluids (liquids or gases) or to protect electrical or optical cables and wires. The terms `pipe` and `tube` are almost interchangeable, although minor distinctions exist — generally, a tube has tighter engineering requirements than a pipe. Both pipe and tube i...
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Tube

[structure] In structural engineering, the tube is the system where in order to resist lateral loads (wind, seismic, etc.) a building is designed to act like a hollow cylinder, cantilevered perpendicular to the ground. This system was introduced by Fazlur Rahman Khan while at Skidmore, Owings and Merrill`s (SOM) Chicago office. The first ex...
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Tube

[toy] Tube is usually known as a toy that assists plays on water. Most of these are manufactured in a figure like a doughnut, but there are also variant forms of tubes like boat and fish are on markets and waterparks. == Usage == It is widely used for playing in waterpark, beach. And most of waterparks have attractions that are using tubes,...
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Tube

1. a tube used for tube feeding. 2. a tube used to restrain a snake. 3. to place a snake inside a restraining tube. 4. to feed a snake by use of a tube.
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TUBE

A cave passage of smooth surface, and elliptical or nearly circular in cross-section. Cf. phreatic tube
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Tube

A hollow structural steel member shaped like a square or rectangle used as a beam, column, or for bracing. Usually the nominal outside corner radius is equal to two times the wall thickness.
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a hollow, cylindrical body, usually of circular cross section, and of arbitrarily limited maximum diameter, which is small in proportion to its length NOTE 1 - The maximum limiting diameter is typically about 100 mm. NOTE 2 - In North America tubing usually designates a flexible tube.
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tube

A plastic container designed for storing a roll or similar quantities of coins of the same size.
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Tube

A shortening of the term Vacuum Tube (an amplifying device that has elements to send and control current through a vacuum in a glass or metal tube).
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tube

An elongated hollow cylindrical organ or instrument. ... Origin: L. Tubus ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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