a tube through which liquids and gases can flow
hot and cold water pipes
铅 / 塑料管子
a leaking gas pipe
Copper pipe is sold in lengths.
a burst pipe
a narrow tube with a bowl at one end, used for smoking tobacco
to smoke a pipe
He puffed on his pipe.
a musical instrument in the shape of a tube, played by blowing
any of the tubes from which sound is produced in an organ
to send water, gas, oil, etc. through a pipe from one place to another
to pipe oil across the desert
Water is piped from the reservoir to the city.
to send sounds or signals through a wire or cable from one place to another
The speech was piped over a public address system.
to play music on a pipe or the bagpipes , especially to welcome sb who has arrived
Passengers were piped aboard ship at the start of the cruise.
a prize for piping and drumming
to speak or sing in a high voice or with a high sound
Outside a robin piped.
to decorate food, especially a cake, with thin lines of icing , etc. by squeezing it out of a special bag or tube
The cake had ‘Happy Birthday’ piped on it.
used especially in orders, to tell sb to stop talking or to be less noisy
to begin to speak
The person next to me piped up with a silly comment.
‘I know the answer,’ piped up a voice at the back of the room.