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1 pipe /ˈpaɪp/ noun
plural pipes
1 pipe
/ˈpaɪp/
noun
plural pipes
Learner's definition of PIPE
[count] : a long, hollow tube for carrying water, steam, gas, etc. see picture at plumbing; see also drainpipe, hosepipe, stovepipe, tailpipe, windpipe
[count] : a tube with a small bowl at one end that is used for smoking tobacco see also peace pipe, water pipe
[count] : a musical instrument that is in the shape of a tube, has holes along the top, and is played by blowing see also panpipe
[count] : any one of the large tubes of an organ that produce sound when air goes through them
pipes [plural] : bagpipe
pipes [plural] US, informal : a singer's voice

put/stick that in your pipe and smoke it

informal
used to tell someone that they must accept what you say is true even though they might not like it or agree with you
2 pipe /ˈpaɪp/ verb
pipes; piped; piping
2 pipe
/ˈpaɪp/
verb
pipes; piped; piping
Learner's definition of PIPE
[+ object] : to carry or move (something, such as water or oil) in a pipe often used as (be) piped
[+ object] : to send (music or recorded sound) from one place to another through an electrical connection usually used as (be) piped
[no object] : to play a pipe or the bagpipes
[+ object] : to play (a tune or song) on a pipe or the bagpipes
[+ object] : to decorate a cake, cookie, etc., with a line of (something, such as cream or frosting) by using a special bag or tube

pipe down

[phrasal verb] informal
: to become quiet : to stop talking

pipe up

[phrasal verb] informal
: to start talking : to say something
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