A by-passage, for a pipe, or other station, to divert blood flow from the normal program.
a supplementary gas-pipe moving around a valve or gas-chamber, familiar with avoid a complete stoppage for the circulation of gas once the device or chamber is shut.
In wash-bottles and similar apparatus for the handling of gases, a tube with a stop-cock connecting the ingress and egress tubes, so that by opening the stopcock the gas may pass without flowing through the apparatus itself.
Any passage for conducting around an obstruction, such as for instance a closed device, part of the fluid or product which undergoes the key channel.
a highway that encircles an urban location so traffic does not have to move across the center
a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another unit to divert a portion of current
a surgically produced shunt (usually around a damaged part)
To permit (a liquid) to flow through an auxiliary station, around a valve or a cylinder or back into a reservoir, as opposed to following the most common or direct program through main or normal station.