Bellows

A bellows or pair of bellows is a device constructed to furnish a strong blast of air. The simplest type consists of a flexible bag comprising a pair of rigid boards with handles joined by flexible leather sides enclosing an approximately airtight cavity which can be expanded and contracted by operating the handles, and fitted with a valve allowin...
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Bellows

• (n. sing. & pl.) An instrument, utensil, or machine, which, by alternate expansion and contraction, or by rise and fall of the top, draws in air through a valve and expels it through a tube for various purposes, as blowing fires, ventilating mines, or filling the pipes of an organ with wind.
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bellows

<radiobiology> Flexible mechanical structure with walls like those of an accordion. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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bellows

noun a mechanical device that blows a strong current of air; used to make a fire burn more fiercely or to sound a musical instrument
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Bellows

[photography] In photography, a bellows is the pleated expandable part of a camera, usually a large or medium format camera, to allow the lens to be moved with respect to the focal plane for focusing. Bellows are also used on enlargers. The bellows provides a flexible, dark extension between the film plane and the lens. In some cameras, the...
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Bellows

Bel'lows noun sing. & plural [ Middle English bely , below , belly, bellows, Anglo-Saxon bælg , bælig , bag, bellows, belly. Bellows is prop. a plural and the orig. sense is bag. See Belly .] An instrument, utensil, or machine, which, by alternate expansion and cont...
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Bellows

A flexible piece of material that is placed between the lens and the camera body, usually mounted on rails. The rails allow the bellows to be adjusted to change the distance between the lens and the body. This can be used to enable macro photography and close focusing. The flexible bellows also allow larger format cameras to tilt the lens with resp...
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Bellows

An apparatus for producing air currents in certain wind instruments (accordion, bagpipe).
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Bellows

Bellows are an instrument or machine for producing a strong current of air, and principally used for blowing fires, either in private dwellings or in forges, furnaces, mines, etc. Bellows are so formed as, by being dilated and contracted, to inhale air by an orifice which is opened and closed with a valve, and to propel it through a tube upon the f...
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Bellows

Bellows is British slang for the lungs.
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bellows

bellows, expansible, gas-tight chamber used to pump or store a gas. One of the simplest and most familiar types of bellows is the manual one used for providing a forced draft to a fire. The expansible chamber consists of a leather bag with pleated sides. The bag is fixed between handles in such a wa...
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Bellows

Large format cameras: The folding (piano accordion style) part that connects the standards (lens and film back). Also a camera accessory for smaller formats that aids close focusing. (see Monorail & Standard)
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Bellows

Light tight, folding sleeve which can be fitted between the lens and the film plane.
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bellows

mechanical contrivance for creating a jet of air, consisting usually of a hinged box with flexible sides, which expands to draw in air through an ... [2 related articles]
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bellows

Name for the berry skin (also sleeve); see below grape,
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bellows

The flexible element of an expansion joint consisting of one or more convolutions and the end tangents, if any.
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bellows

[n] - a mechanical device that blows air onto a fire to make it burn more fiercely
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