Flue



[floo] /flu/

noun
1.
a passage or duct for smoke in a chimney.
2.
any duct or passage for air, gas, or the like.
3.
a tube, especially a large one, in a fire-tube boiler.
4.
Music.

[floo] /flu/
noun
1.
downy matter; fluff.
[floo] /flu/
noun
1.
a fishing net.
/fluː/
noun
1.
a shaft, tube, or pipe, esp as used in a chimney, to carry off smoke, gas, etc
2.
(music) the passage in an organ pipe or flute within which a vibrating air column is set up See also flue pipe
/fluː/
noun
1.
loose fluffy matter; down
/fluː/
noun
1.
a type of fishing net
/fluː/
noun
1.
another word for fluke1 (sense 1), fluke1
n.

“smoke channel in a chimney,” 1580s, perhaps related to 15c. word meaning “mouthpiece of a hunting horn,” or perhaps from Old English flowan “to flow,” and/or Old French fluie “stream.”

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