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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life, Gardening
hosepipehose‧pipe /ˈhəʊzpaɪp $ ˈhoʊz-/ noun [countable]  British EnglishDDLG a long hose
Examples from the Corpus
hosepipeIf you paid a hosepipe fee in the past this has now been dropped.A hosepipe was attached to the exhaust pipe leading into the interior of the van and the engine was still running.But all hosepipe users will now have to cough up £33 a year.Two months ago six million people faced hosepipe bans - it could be the same story next year.This mains-pressure hosepipe controller is designed to keep your garden watered while you are away from home.MacLane still had his rubber hosepipe with him, like a comforter blanket.MacLane slapped his open palm lightly with a leaded length of rubber hosepipe.The pond, headers and add-on filters were filled using the hosepipe.
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