English version

hose in Gardening topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhosehose1 /həʊz $ hoʊz/ ●●○ noun  1 DDLG[countable] British English a long rubber or plastic tube that can be moved and bent to put water onto fires, gardens etc syn hosepipe British English2 DCC[uncountable] tights, stockings, or socks, used in shops and in the clothing industry syn hosiery
Examples from the Corpus
hoseFollow that up with hot, soapy water and a hose over everything, and I suggest you do the underside first.The guy had an air hose around him when he was blowing on the cylinders.The men hopped to the tarmac and unraveled a rust-stained intestine of hose.Howard laid down the hose and went to turn off the water.According to those at the vigil, the police only checked on the hose twice before the massacre occurred at 4am.The hose lead via a valve to the vacuum of space.