Definitions for Tubetub, tyub
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word Tube
conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
tube, vacuum tube, thermionic vacuum tube, thermionic tube, electron tube, thermionic valve(noun)
electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope
a hollow cylindrical shape
tube, tube-shaped structure(noun)
(anatomy) any hollow cylindrical body structure
metro, tube, underground, subway system, subway(verb)
an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city)
"in Paris the subway system is called the `metro' and in London it is called the `tube' or the `underground'"
provide with a tube or insert a tube into
convey in a tube
"inside Paris, they used to tube mail"
ride or float on an inflated tube
"We tubed down the river on a hot summer day"
place or enclose in a tube
Anything that is hollow and cylindrical in shape.
An approximately cylindrical container, usually with a crimped end and a screw top, used to contain and dispense semi-liquid substances.
A tube of toothpaste.
The London Underground railway system, originally referred to the lower level lines that ran in tubular tunnels as opposed to the higher ones which ran in rectangular section tunnels. (Often the tube.)
No mate, I am taking the tube!
A tin can containing beer (or other beverage?)
A wave which pitches forward when breaking, creating a hollow space inside.
A television. Also, derisively, boob tube. British: telly
Are you just going to sit around all day and watch the tube?
To make or use tubes
The London Underground
Origin: From tube, from tubus.
a hollow cylinder, of any material, used for the conveyance of fluids, and for various other purposes; a pipe
a vessel in animal bodies or plants, which conveys a fluid or other substance
the narrow, hollow part of a gamopetalous corolla
a priming tube, or friction primer. See under Priming, and Friction
a small pipe forming part of the boiler, containing water and surrounded by flame or hot gases, or else surrounded by water and forming a flue for the gases to pass through
a more or less cylindrical, and often spiral, case secreted or constructed by many annelids, crustaceans, insects, and other animals, for protection or concealment. See Illust. of Tubeworm
one of the siphons of a bivalve mollusk
to furnish with a tube; as, to tube a well
Tube is a Japanese pop rock band formed in 1985. The members of the group are Nobuteru Maeda Michiya Haruhata Hideyuki Kakuno and Ryoji Matsumoto . Tube members Maeda and Haruhata have composed for other artists under the Pipeline Project alias. Since the group released most of its songs in April to July, the catchphrase originated "Summer comes with Tube".
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tūb, n. a pipe: a long hollow cylinder for the conveyance of fluids, &c.: a canal: the body of a musical instrument: a telescope: a cylindrical receptacle for holding semi-fluid substances, as pigments.—v.t. to furnish with, enclose in, a tube.—n. Tū′bage, the act or process of lining a heavy gun by insertion of a tube of wrought-iron, &c.: (med.) the insertion of a tube into the larynx, &c.—adjs. Tū′bal, Tū′bar.—n. Tube′-well, a pipe used to obtain water from beneath the ground, having a sharp point and a number of perforations just above the point.—adjs. Tubic′olar, Tū′bicole, Tubic′olous, inhabiting a tube: spinning a tubular web; Tū′biflorous, having tubular flowers; Tū′biform, shaped like a tube.—n. Tū′bing, the act of making tubes: tubes collectively: material for tubes.—adjs. Tū′būlar, having the form of a tube: having a sound like that made by the passage of air through a tube; Tūbūlā′rian, hydriform in tubular shape with wide disc; Tū′būlate, -d, Tū′būlous, Tū′būlose, formed like a tube: formed of tubes.—n. Tū′būle, a small tube.—adj. Tū′būliform, having the form of a small tube. [Fr.,—L. tubus, a pipe.]
The New Hacker's Dictionary
1. n. A CRT terminal. Never used in the mainstream sense of TV; real hackers don't watch TV, except for Looney Toons, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Trek Classic, the Simpsons, Babylon 5, and the occasional cheesy old swashbuckler movie. 2. [IBM] To send a copy of something to someone else's terminal. “Tube me that note?”
British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Tube' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4631
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Tube' in Written Corpus Frequency: #4264
Rank popularity for the word 'Tube' in Nouns Frequency: #1398
The numerical value of Tube in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Tube in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
You can't put the toothpaste back in the tube.
Squeeze every drop from the toothpaste tube of life.
Once the toothpaste is out of the tube, it's hard to get it back in
Being shot out of a cannon is always better than being squeezed through a tube.
Why manipulate the whole body when there's a small tube that all the sperm swim through?
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Translations for Tube
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- tubCatalan, Valencian
- roura, trubkaCzech
- Rohr, Tube, RöhreGerman
- canuto, tuboSpanish
- putkilo, putki, tölkki, tuubiFinnish
- [[boîte]] (de [[bière]]), tuyauFrench
- cső, dobozHungarian
- խողովակ, փողArmenian
- tubo, lattina, tubettoItalian
- チューブ, 管, パイプ, 筒Japanese
- koker, buisDutch
- труба, тюбик, банка, трубкаRussian
- cijev, цијев, цев, cevSerbo-Croatian
- rura, trubicaSlovak
- గొట్టము, నాళిక, అండవాహికTelugu
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