[noz-uh l] /ˈnɒz əl/
a projecting spout, terminal discharging pipe, or the like, as of a hose or bellows.
Slang. the nose.
the spout of a teapot.
the socket of a candlestick.
a projecting pipe or spout from which fluid is discharged
Also called propelling nozzle. a pipe or duct, esp in a jet engine or rocket, that directs the effluent and accelerates or diffuses the flow to generate thrust
a socket, such as the part of a candlestick that holds the candle
mid-15c., noselle “socket on a candlestick,” diminutive of nose (see nose (n.)). Meaning “small spout” first recorded 1680s.
Something ofconsequence, like an amount of money: her raise, nothing to sneeze about
Physics. 1. neper; nepers. Symbol, Chemistry. 1. . 1. noun phrase. 2. . 1. new paragraph. 2. nisi prius. 3. no protest. 4. notary public. 1. net proceeds. 2. new paragraph. 3. nisi prius. 4. no pagination. 5. no place of publication. 6. no protest. 7. notary public. abbreviation 1. (printing) new paragraph 2. (law) […]
1. net proceeds. 2. new paragraph. 3. nisi prius. 4. no pagination. 5. no place of publication. 6. no protest. 7. notary public. 1. new paragraph. 2. nisi prius. 3. no protest. 4. notary public. 1. no pagination 2. no place [of publication]
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