drainpipe
Noun

drainpipe

  1. A pipe that caries fluid which is being drained.
    1. A verticle pipe carrying water from the roof gutter down the side of a building; downspout.
    2. A conduit for carrying rainwater or flood water.
    3. A pipe that carries wastewater from a bathtub, shower, sink, etc.
    4. A pipe that is part of a device or appliance for carrying away waste fluid.
  2. (uncountable) The type of pipe that is used to construct a drainpipe.
  3. A type of form-fitting trousers with highly tapered legs.
Synonyms Translations
  • French: descent
  • German: Regenrohr
  • Italian: tubo di scolo, tubo di drenaggio
  • Russian: водосто́чная труба́



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