Sleeving



noun
1.
the part of a garment that covers the arm, varying in form and length but commonly tubular.
2.
an envelope, usually of paper, for protecting a phonograph record.
3.
Machinery. a tubular piece, as of metal, fitting over a rod or the like.
verb (used with object), sleeved, sleeving.
4.
to furnish with sleeves.
5.
Machinery. to fit with a sleeve; join or fasten by means of a sleeve.
Idioms
6.
have something up one’s sleeve, to have a secret plan, scheme, opinion, or the like:
I could tell by her sly look that she had something up her sleeve.
7.
laugh up / in one’s sleeve, to be secretly amused or contemptuous; laugh inwardly:
to laugh up one’s sleeve at someone’s affectations.
noun
1.
(electronics, mainly Brit) tubular flexible insulation into which bare wire can be inserted US and Canadian name spaghetti
noun
1.
the part of a garment covering the arm
2.
a tubular piece that is forced or shrunk into a cylindrical bore to reduce the diameter of the bore or to line it with a different material; liner
3.
a tube fitted externally over two cylindrical parts in order to join them; bush
4.
a flat cardboard or plastic container to protect a gramophone record US name jacket
5.
roll up one’s sleeves, to prepare oneself for work, a fight, etc
6.
up one’s sleeve, secretly ready
verb
7.
(transitive) to provide with a sleeve or sleeves
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