gullet definition

  • noun:
    • The esophagus.
    • The neck.
    • Zoology An invagination in to the cytoplasm of specific ciliates, used for diet.
    • The neck or esophagus.
    • The cytopharynx of a ciliate, by which food is ingested.
    • the area between your teeth of a saw knife.
    • A channel for liquid.
    • A preparatory cut or channel in excavations, of adequate width when it comes to passing of planet wagons.
    • The tube by which food and drink tend to be carried through the pharynx to your stomach; the esophagus.
    • anything shaped like the meals passageway, or carrying out comparable features.
    • A channel for water.
    • A preparatory slice or channel in excavations, of adequate width when it comes to passing of earth wagons.
    • A concave slashed manufactured in one's teeth of some saw blades.
    • The passage in the throat of an animal through which refreshments pass through the mouth to your tummy; the throat; technically, in physiology, the esophagus.
    • Something resembling the throat in form, place, or functions.
    • A preparatory reduce or channel in excavations, of sufficient width to admit associated with passage through of wagons.
    • A peculiar concave cut-in the teeth of some saw-blades. See gullet-saw.
    • A gore, as in a skirt.
    • section of a hood or cowl.
    • a bit of armor when it comes to throat or top an element of the body.
    • the low end of a horse-collar about which pass the choke-strap and breast-strap.
    • The arch of a bridge.
    • A parcel or good deal.
    • A fish, the pike.
    • the passage between your pharynx plus the stomach
  • others:
    • To reduce or make gullets in: as, to gullet a saw.

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