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nozzle

noun [C] uk   /ˈnɒz.l̩/ us    /ˈnɑː.zl̩/
a narrow piece attached to the end of a tube so that the liquid or air that comes out can be directed in a particular way: Attach the nozzle to the garden hose before turning on the water.
Translations of “nozzle”
in Korean 분사구, 노즐…
in Arabic فُوهة, فَتحة…
in French douille, bec…
in Turkish hortum başlığı/ağızlığı/ucu…
in Italian boccaglio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 管嘴,噴嘴…
in Russian наконечник, насадка…
in Polish końcówka (wylotowa), dysza…
in Spanish boquilla…
in Portuguese bocal, bico (da mangueira)…
in German die Mündung…
in Catalan broquet, nebulitzador…
in Japanese ノズル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 管嘴,喷嘴…
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