Sewer

• (n.) A small tortricid moth whose larva sews together the edges of a leaf by means of silk; as, the apple-leaf sewer (Phoxopteris nubeculana) • (n.) One who sews, or stitches. • (n.) A drain or passage to carry off water and filth under ground; a subterraneous channel, particularly in cities. • (n.) Formerly, an upper servant,...
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Sewer

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) A node or software program that provides services to a client.
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sewer

sewerage noun a waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water
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Sewer

Sew'er noun 1. One who sews, or stitches. 2. (Zoology) A small tortricid moth whose larva sews together the edges of a leaf by means of silk; as, the apple-leaf sewer ( Phoxopteris nubeculana )
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Sewer

A channel or conduit that carries wastewater and storm-water runoff from the source to a treatment plant or receiving stream. 'Sanitary' sewers carry household, industrial, and commercial waste. 'Storm' sewers carry runoff from rain or snow. 'Combined' sewers handle both.
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sewer

a pipe conveying sewage.
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sewer

a pipe conveying sewage.
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sewer

a system of underground pipes that collect and deliver wastewater to treatment facilities or streams.
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sewer

a system of underground pipes that collect and deliver wastewater to treatment facilities or streams.
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sewer

sewer 1. A waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water. 2. An artificial conduit, usually underground, for carrying off waste water and refuse, as in a town or city. 3. Someone who sews: 'She was a sewer of fine gowns.' 4. Misfortune resulting in lost effort or money: 'All that work went right down the sewer.' 5. Etymology: 'conduit' fr...
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sewer

[n] - someone who sews 2. [n] - a waste pipe that carries away sewage or surface water
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