inlet definition

  • noun:
    • A recess, particularly a bay or cove, along a-coast.
    • A stream or bay leading inland, as through the ocean; an estuary.
    • A narrow passing of liquid, as between two countries.
    • A drainage passageway, regarding a culvert.
    • An opening offering a means of entrance or intake.
    • A body of water let into a-coast, like a bay, cove, fjord or estuary.
    • A passage that leads into a cavity.
    • A passage where an inclosed spot might registered; someplace of ingress; entry
    • A bay or recess, such as the coast of a sea, lake, or big river; a narrow strip of liquid working to the land or between islands.
    • That which is let in or inlaid; an inserted material.
    • A passage or opening by which an inclosed spot are registered; place of ingress; entry.
    • A waterway leading into a sea or lake, and creating part of it; a strip of liquid working from a bigger human anatomy to the land; a creek; a channel.
    • Inserted material.
    • an arm from a larger human body of water (usually between rugged headlands)
    • an opening by which fluid is admitted to a tube or container
  • verb:
    • to allow in; acknowledge.
    • To put; inlay.
  • others:
    • to allow in; acknowledge.
    • To insert; inlay.

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