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pipeline

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈpaɪp.laɪn/
a very long large tube, often underground, through which liquid or gas can flow for long distances
Translations of “pipeline”
in Chinese (Traditional) (常指鋪設在地下的)管道,管線…
in Russian трубопровод…
in Turkish boru hattı…
in Chinese (Simplified) (常指铺设在地下的)管道,管线…
in Polish rurociąg…
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