any of several varieties of purple or white vinifera grapes yielding a red or white wine, used especially in making burgundies and champagnes.
a red (Pinot Noir) or white (Pinot Blanc) wine made from this grape.
type of grape vine used in wine-making, 1912, American English variant spelling of French pineau (attested in English from 1763), name of a family of wine grapes, from pin “pine tree” (see pine (n.)) + diminutive suffix -eau. So called from the shape of the grape clusters. Variants are pinot noir, “black,” pinot blanc, “white,” and pinot gris, “gray.”
noun 1. a joint or connector, as an elbow, union, or tee, used in a pipe system. 2. the work performed by a .
- Pipe jacking
noun 1. a method of laying underground pipelines by assembling the pipes at the foot of an access shaft and pushing them through the ground
noun A jet fighter pilot (1950s+ Air Force)
[pahyp-ley-er] /ˈpaɪpˌleɪ ər/ noun 1. a worker employed in laying a pipeline or one experienced in such work.
[pahyp-lahyn] /ˈpaɪpˌlaɪn/ noun 1. a long tubular conduit or series of , often underground, with pumps and valves for flow control, used to transport crude oil, natural gas, water, etc., especially over great distances. 2. a route, channel, or process along which something passes or is provided at a steady rate; means, system, or flow […]