Noun(1) a faucet for drawing water from a pipe or cask(2) a discharge pipe with a valve and spout at which water may be drawn from the mains of waterworks
(1) The buried valve allowing them to drain and avoid freezing can allow bacterially contaminated water to be drawn into the riser pipe leading to the hydrant .(2) Up the street, other kids had turned on the hydrant .(3) Strewn across the street were the bodies of policemen and firemen; a hose snaked down the street from a hydrant out of sight, spouting water with nobody to man it.(4) The only water source I could find was a fire hydrant which rendered the hose extraordinarily powerful.(5) He stopped and watched one man trying to get his dog's leash untangled from a fire hydrant across the street from the cafe, but the little black poodle had other ideas about this.(6) The hydrants were not working and the hoses the fire officers were using to extinguish the blaze were riddled with holes.(7) Mrs Thomsen said it was just a way of the council covering itself so it was not responsible for not providing enough water pressure to allow the fire hydrants to be used.(8) Therefore, water can still be drawn from external sources such as hydrants , pipes, and wells.(9) Outside on the streets the water hydrants dribbled miserably after entertaining shrieking Hispanic kids all day long in exuberant gushes.(10) During both fires, which occurred simultaneously at 11 pm on Friday, firemen faced a severe shortage of water, leaking hoses and dry hydrants .(11) The fire brigade was called and tackled the blaze using water from street hydrants .(12) I can remember when the fire services used to open the fire hydrants and wash the streets of the city, but alas this too has been abandoned.(13) Firefighters lost precious time hooking up their hoses to three fire hydrants on two different streets before finding one that worked.(14) Some of the answers are the same as four years ago: faulty hydrants, working fire hydrants that had no fresh water source and a salt water system that failed.(15) Originally, extinguishing systems included hydrants and standpipes to assist manual efforts.(16) There are fire hydrants with less water pressure than this underused drinking fountain.
(1) fire hydrant :: 消火栓
1. water tap ::
2. tap ::
Different Formshydrant, hydrants
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