tube through which liquids or gases can flow
narrow tube with a bowl at one end, used for smoking tobacco; amount of tobacco this can hold
wind instrument consisting of a tube with holes that are covered and uncovered by the fingers to make musical notes
(sound of a) whistle used by a boatswain
song or note of a bird
(contents of a) cask which can hold about 105 gallons of wine
convey water, etc. through pipes
play a tune on a pipe; (a bird) whistle sing
transmit sth by wire or cable
call or give orders, or welcome onto a ship by blowing a pipe
ornament sth with piping
"pipe oil, water, and gas into the desert"
"pipe a tune"
"pipe the skirt"
He brought a pipe cut out of a reed on which he taught me to play.
出自： P. Farmer
The Shepherd..Sits piping to his Flocks.
出自： J. Thomson
他们整个上午都在吹奏。 pipe sth ⇔ away
The waste water is piped away to a special place.
“Oh, pipe down!”he called.
Pipe down!You are disturbing the neighbours.
Though several people in the audience yelled to him to pipe down,John kept interrupting the speaker every few minutes.
Would you fellows pipe down?I want to hear what he has to say.
Once she piped up to a different air—a kind of country love song.
有一次她改唱了一支不同的曲子——一种乡村情歌。 pipe sth ⇔ up
Suddenly the band piped up a military tune.
忽然,乐队奏起一首军乐。 pipe up
Everyone was afraid to talk to the police, but a small child piped up.
Mary is so shy, everyone was surprised when she piped up with a complaint at the club meeting.
The shoulders of his uniform were piped with signs of his rank.