funnel

Synonyms and related words:
adjutage, approach, asymptote, bottleneck, canalize, carry, catheter, center, centralize, channel, channelize, chimney, close, close in, close up, close with, collision course, come together, complex cone, concenter, concentralization, concentralize, concentrate, concentration, concourse, concurrence, conduct, cone, conelet, confluence, conflux, congress, conoid, converge, convergence, converging, convey, cop, cornet, crossing, drainpipe, efflux tube, fall in with, fire hose, flue, flue pipe, flume, focalization, focus, fumarole, garden hose, gas pipe, hose, hosepipe, hub, ice-cream cone, intersect, meet, meeting, mutual approach, narrow the gap, narrowing gap, nip, nipple, organ pipe, pinch, pine cone, pipe, pipeline, pipette, piping, put through, put through channels, radius, reed, reed pipe, run together, siamese, siamese connection, siphon, smokeshaft, smokestack, snorkel, soil pipe, spokes, stack, standpipe, steam pipe, stem, stovepipe, straw, tangent, tap, taper, traject, transmit, trench, tube, tubing, tubulation, tubule, tubulet, tubulure, unite, waste pipe, water pipe

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  • Funnel — Fun nel, n. [OE. funel, fonel, prob. through OF. fr, L. fundibulum, infundibulum, funnel, fr. infundere to pour in; in in + fundere to pour; cf. Armor. founil funnel, W. ffynel air hole, chimney. See {Fuse}, v. t.] 1. A vessel of the shape of an… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • funnel — [fun′əl] n. [ME fonel < (prob. via an OFr form) Prov fonilh, enfonilh < L fundibulum, infundibulum, a funnel < infundere, to pour in < in , IN 1 + fundere, to pour: see FOUND3] 1. an instrument consisting of an inverted cone with a… …   English World dictionary

  • funnel — (n.) c.1400, from M.Fr. fonel, from Prov. enfounilh, a word from the Southern wine trade [Weekley], from L.L. fundibulum, shortened from L. infundibulum a funnel or hopper in a mill, from infundere pour in, from in in + fundere pour (see FOUND… …   Etymology dictionary

  • funnel — ► NOUN 1) a utensil that is wide at the top and narrow at the bottom, used for guiding liquid or powder into a small opening. 2) a metal chimney on a ship or steam engine. ► VERB (funnelled, funnelling; US funneled, funneling) ▪ guide or move… …   English terms dictionary

  • funnel — verb has inflected forms funnelled, funnelling in BrE and funneled, funneling in AmE …   Modern English usage

  • funnel — [v] direct down a path carry, channel, conduct, convey, filter, move, pass, pipe, pour, siphon, traject, transmit; concepts 187,217 …   New thesaurus

  • Funnel — For other uses of the term, see Funnel (disambiguation). A typical kitchen funnel …   Wikipedia

  • funnel — I UK [ˈfʌn(ə)l] / US noun [countable] Word forms funnel : singular funnel plural funnels 1) a tube that is wide at the top and narrow at the bottom, used for pouring liquid or powder into a container 2) a tube that lets out smoke and steam from… …   English dictionary

  • funnel — I. noun Etymology: Middle English fonel, from Anglo French fonyle, from Old Occitan fonilh, from Medieval Latin fundibulum, short for Latin infundibulum, from infundere to pour in, from in + fundere to pour more at found Date: 15th century 1. a.… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • funnel — [[t]fʌ̱n(ə)l[/t]] funnels, funnelling, funnelled (in AM, use funneling, funneled) 1) N COUNT A funnel is an object with a wide, circular top and a narrow short tube at the bottom. Funnels are used to pour liquids into containers which have a… …   English dictionary

  • funnel — fun|nel1 [ˈfʌnl] n [Date: 1400 1500; : Old Provençal; Origin: fonilh, from Latin infundibulum, from fundere to pour ] 1.) a thin tube with a wide top that you use for pouring liquid into a container with a narrow opening, such as a bottle 2.) BrE …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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