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siphon

noun /ˈsaifən/
a bent pipe or tube through which liquid can be drawn off from one container to another at a lower level
sifón
He used a siphon to get some petrol out of the car’s tank.
(also soda-siphon) a glass bottle with such a tube, used for soda water.
sifón
Translations of “siphon”
in French siphon, siphon (d’eau gazeuse)…
in German der Siphon, die Siphonflasche…
in Chinese (Traditional) 虹吸管, 蘇打水瓶,汽水瓶…
in Russian сифон…
in Turkish sifon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 虹吸管, 苏打水瓶,汽水瓶…
in Polish rurka, syfon…
(Definition of siphon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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