Definition of ducting in English:

ducting

Line breaks: duct|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈdʌktɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1A system of ducts: they scrambled along ducting and into the room
More example sentences
  • From here they will spread out along pipes and ducting.
  • The system uses traditional ducting for air delivery, sending clean air, quietly, to all parts of the home.
  • This week ducting, wires and pipes for the New Road crossing are being put down in preparation for the filling of the subway.
1.1Tubing or piping forming a system of ducts: push the flat ducting through to the inside

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