Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of hose.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hose.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Air Force crews struggled to unfurl hundreds of pounds of hoses from the parked tankers, for fueling the choppers.

    The Desert One Debacle

  • The Air Force crews struggled to unfurl hundreds of pounds of hoses from the parked tankers, for fueling the choppers.

    The Desert One Debacle

  • You see the water is now coming out of those hoses, which is very, very good news.

    CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2005

  • A friend shared a picture of the Davis incident side-by-side with Civil Rights Era protesters being blasted with fire hoses, which is another apt comparison.

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  • If the hoses are a little short, you can get short extensions for them.

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  • Silk was momentarily puzzled until he realized that the "hoses" were in actuality sacred cables.

    Nightside The Long Sun

  • The State Dept.'s munitions list captures everyday items such as hoses, wires, or brake pads that may have been designed for a military system and are now widely available in civilian use, says Remy Nathan, vice-president of the Aerospace Industries

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Non-tire market carbon black demand is linked primarily to products such as hoses, belts and other mechanical goods.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • As with a basic warranty, "consumable" parts such as hoses and belts are not covered.

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  • The fuel generated by biodiesel processors is an inherent solvent; meaning, sooner or later it will trigger the deterioration of various rubber components such as hoses and pumps.

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