duct definition

  • noun:
    • An often enclosed passageway or channel for conveying a substance, specifically a liquid or gas.
    • Anatomy A tubular actual channel or passageway, specifically one to carry a glandular release: a tear duct.
    • A tube or pipe for enclosing electrical cables or cables.
    • A pipe, pipe or canal which holds environment or fluid from destination to another.
    • An enclosure or station for electric cable runs.
    • advice; direction.
    • Any tube or channel wherein a fluid or other compound is conducted or conveyed.
    • among vessels of an animal human body by which these products of glandular secretion tend to be communicated for their destination.
    • A large, elongated cellular, either round or prismatic, generally discovered associated with woody fibre.
    • advice; direction.
    • Leading; assistance; course; bearing.
    • Any tube or canal in which a fluid is carried out or conveyed.
    • In bot.:
    • a lengthy continuous vessel or channel, formed by a-row of cells that have lost their intervening partitions. The walls tend to be variously marked by pits and also by spiral, annular, or reticulated thickenings, as well as the hole might filled up with environment or liquid, or they might be lactiferous.
    • In bryology, the narrow constant cells which surround the utricles in the leaves of Sphagnum.
    • a bodily passageway or pipe lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or any other material
    • a specific conduit for a fluid
    • a continuous tube formed by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls
    • An often enclosed passageway or station for conveying a substance, especially a liquid or gasoline.
    • Anatomy A tubular physical canal or passageway, specifically one for carrying a glandular release: a tear duct.
    • A tube or pipe for enclosing electrical cables or cables.
    • A pipe, tube or channel which holds air or liquid from 1 location to another.
    • An enclosure or channel for electric cable runs.
    • advice; way.
    • Any pipe or channel by which a fluid or any other compound is carried out or communicated.
    • one of several vessels of an animal human body by which the products of glandular release are communicated for their location.
    • A large, elongated mobile, either round or prismatic, typically found of woody fibre.
    • advice; direction.
    • Leading; guidance; way; bearing.
    • Any tube or channel through which a fluid is conducted or communicated.
    • In bot.:
    • A long continuous vessel or canal, created by a row of cells which may have lost their intervening partitions. The wall space are variously marked by pits by spiral, annular, or reticulated thickenings, in addition to cavity might be full of air or water, or they could be lactiferous.
    • In bryology, the slim continuous cells which surround the utricles in the leaves of Sphagnum.
    • a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other material
    • a specific conduit for a fluid
    • a continuous pipe created by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls
  • verb-transitive:
    • To channel through a duct: duct the damp atmosphere away.
    • to provide with ducts.
    • To channel through a duct: duct the wet air away.
    • to provide with ducts.
  • verb:
    • To channel one thing through a duct (or number of ducts)
    • To channel some thing through a duct (or group of ducts)
  • others:
    • To draw: said of muscle tissue which abduct, adduct, or circumduct part, including the leg and/or eye.
    • to attract: stated of muscle tissue which abduct, adduct, or circumduct a part, such as the knee or perhaps the eye.

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