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pipepipe2 verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 send liquid/gas [transitive]TAKE/BRING to send a liquid or gas through a pipe to another placebe piped into/from/out of etc something πŸ”Š Eighty per cent of sewage is piped directly into the sea.be piped in/out/up etc πŸ”Š A lot of oil is piped in from Alaska. πŸ”Š villages with no piped water Grammar Pipe is usually passive in this meaning.2 make music [intransitive, transitive]APM to make a musical sound, using a pipe3 foodDFC [transitive] to decorate food, especially a cake, with lines of icing or cream4 speak [transitive] literary to speak or sing something in a high voice πŸ”Š β€˜Morning!’ he piped with a cheery voice. β†’ pipe down β†’ pipe something ↔ in β†’ pipe upβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pipeβ€’ Place a little icing in a piping bag with a star nozzle and pipe a decorative border around each foil mirror.β€’ No Jacuzzi, no sauna, no music piped in.β€’ Then pipe inside the outlines to fill.β€’ I awoke to hundreds of birds piping their morning song.β€’ The answer-it is such an obvious question-is shouted forth on piping wings of derision.be piped into/from/out of etc somethingβ€’ Hal, with his pipe sticking out of his jacket pocket.