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spout in Technology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspoutspout1 /spaʊt/ noun [countable]  1 spout.jpg DTa small pipe on the side of a container that you pour liquid out through2 spout of water/blood etc3 up the spout
Examples from the Corpus
spoutI checked the half-and-half in my little refrigerator, sniffing at the carton spout.It begins churning ahead, blowing huge clouds of spray from its spout, and generating great foam in its wake.They had even devised a smoke pot which emitted from the spout.James poured, then held the spout of the jug over Cameron's glass.Use royal icing to glue the paper well into the spout.It was shaped like a coffee or teapot, with the spout at right handles to the handle.the spout of a teapot