Definición de duct en inglés:

duct

Silabificación: duct
Pronunciación: /dəkt
 
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sustantivo

1A channel or tube for conveying something, in particular.
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  • Why could not a duct for telephone cables have been put into the same trench?
  • The 100-metre-wide expressway would be built with provisions for bullet-train service, power highway, gas grid, canal and cable ducts.
  • Each of its projects usually requires a lot of materials, from screws to cables to ducts to plates, etc.
1.1(In a building or a machine) a tube or passageway for air, liquid, cables, etc.
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  • The foot-deep wall also holds a mirrored medicine cabinet and conceals a maze of plumbing, air ducts, and ventilation equipment.
  • Gas had built up and seeped through pipes, drains and cable ducts into the bungalows.
  • The doctor conceded that during his 16 years of occupancy, the air ducts of the building have not been cleaned.
1.2(In the body) a vessel for conveying lymph or glandular secretions such as tears or bile.
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  • It is filled with nerves, blood vessels and lymph ducts which run through it and connect it to your body, making it part of you.
  • The stroma consists of fatty tissue and ligaments surrounding the ducts and lobules, blood vessels and lymphatic vessels.
  • Using this procedure, physicians can view these organs and inject dye into the bile and pancreatic ducts to make them visible by x-ray.
1.3(In a plant) a vessel for conveying water, sap, or air.
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  • Insects cut veins in plants with arborescent resin canals or in plants with laticiferous ducts that do not reticulate.
  • To illustrate this point it was found that in stems and petioles of several species of the Umbelliferae, such as celery, the antiserum only labelled a layer of cells that line a system of ducts which ramify throughout the plant body.

verbo

[with object] (usually be ducted) Volver al principio  
Convey through a duct: a ventilation system that must be ducted through the wall (as adjective ducted) a ducted air system
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  • Units are best located in garages or basements or even under the stairs, provided the exhaust air is ducted to the outside, otherwise the motor could overheat.
  • Even worse, some of the air may not be ducted at all.
  • Warm, stale air is then ducted out through the ceiling.

Origen

mid 17th century (in the sense 'course' or 'direction'): from Latin ductus 'leading, aqueduct', from duct- 'led', from the verb ducere.

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