cask definition

  • noun:
    • A sturdy cylindrical container for saving liquids; a barrel.
    • The quantity that these types of a container can take.
    • a sizable barrel when it comes to storage of fluid, specifically of alcoholic products.
    • just like casque.
    • A barrel-shaped vessel made of staves headings, and hoops, often fitted collectively to be able to hold fluids. It could be bigger or smaller compared to a barrel.
    • the amount found in a cask.
    • A casket; a little box for jewels.
    • an in depth, water-tight vessel formed like a barrel with staves, headings, and hoops, and useful for containing fluids or substances which might be liquid: a generic term understanding the pipeline, hogshead, butt, barrel, etc.
    • An irregular measure of capability.
    • In dyeing, an apparatus for steaming and therefore correcting the colors of cloths which are imprinted with a combination of dyestuffs and mordants.
    • A helmet. [In this feeling today typically spelled casque (which see).]
    • A casket; an incident or shell.
    • the quantity a cask will hold
    • a cylindrical container that holds fluids
  • verb:
    • To put into a cask.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to place into a cask.
  • others:
    • To put into a cask.
    • to give you with or put on a casque or helmet.

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