A mechanical device using suction or pressure to raise or move liquids, compress gases, or force air into inflatable objects such as tyres
A light shoe, in particular:
an engine pumped air out of the tube
= bicycle pump.
A small pump at the front of a ship for drawing up seawater (now historical).
A device for removing gas molecules from a space by ionizing them and applying a potential difference.
A pump in which a jet of air, steam, etc., is used to move a fluid (especially water).
A high-pressure pump for circulating drilling mud through a drill pipe, etc.
A boat fitted with a pump, used to pump water out of a damaged or sinking vessel.
A mechanism for converting rotary motion into linear motion suitable for operating a pump.
(A) A box that houses a pump, the casing or cap of a pump (originally a ship's pump). (b) A casing or box in a pump containing a valve.
A cart for transporting a pump.
A clip attached to the frame of a bicycle for holding a pump.
A canvas covering round a pump on the deck of a ship to prevent water getting in to the hold.
A trough or pipe for carrying off water; = dale.
The action or process of reducing the pressure of air or other gas inside an enclosed volume by pumping.
A feigned throw intended to deceive an opponent.
To feign throwing (a shot, pass, etc.); to deceive with a pump fake.
The head of a pump, at which the liquid that has been lifted emerges.
A reciprocating pump for drawing up liquid (especially oil) from below ground.
A hollowed log used in the construction of a pump or as a water pipe.
The action or service of removing waste, excess water, etc., with a pump.
A rod connecting the piston or plunger of a pump with the motive power.
A well having a pump combined with it, a well fitted with a pump.
A chain-pump driven by a rag wheel.
A pump of which the main component is a continuous piece of rope.
A device for pumping air into or out of an enclosed space
Another term for beer engine.
A gesture of triumph or affirmation in which the forearm is raised with fist clenched, then swung downward toward the body in a vigorous pumping motion
A pump operated by using one’s foot
A device that pumps liquid fuel from a fuel tank to the internal combustion engine
A petrol pump
A device that transfers heat from a colder area to a hotter area by using mechanical energy, as in a refrigerator
A simple pump consisting of a piston moving in a cylinder, both parts incorporating a valve
Exercise with weights
A pump-action rifle with a tubular magazine
A room, building, or compartment in which pumps are housed or from which they are controlled
A structure or artificial device that pumps blood.
A pump which is driven by machine rather than manually.
A pump which supplies water for domestic use.
A pump having a piston.
The cylinder or tube of a pump.
A person who bores tree trunks to make the cylinders of pumps (now historical); an instrument for this purpose.
The handle of a (ship's) pump, especially one having a transverse bar for several persons to work at it.
The chain of a chain-pump, on which the discs, buckets, etc., are fitted.
A drill in which the shaft is rotated by sliding up and down a crosspiece to which is attached a cord that winds and unwinds about the shaft.
A person who operates a pump-gun.
The handle by which a pump is operated; (also, in extended use) something resembling or worked like a pump handle.
A holder for a pump on the frame of a bicycle.