Noun(1) a tube running from the liquid in a vessel to a lower level outside the vessel so that gravity forces the liquid through the tube(2) a tubular organ in an aquatic animal (especially in mollusks
Verb(1) convey, draw off, or empty by or as if by a siphon(2) move a liquid from one container into another by means of a siphon or a siphoning action
(1) If you use a siphon sprayer with your air compressor, you will need one with an external mix nozzle to spray latex.(2) He would use victims' financial information to open new accounts under their names, and then siphon money from their legitimate accounts into the new, fraudulent ones.(3) In the extinguisher, a plastic siphon tube leads from the bottom of the fire-suppressant reservoir to the top of the extinguisher.(4) It is much more likely that the relationship between the siphon and the absinthe was contrived by the artists.(5) The pumping station, the main sewers in the inner city and a siphon under the Avon River were completed, but the work took two years.(6) After several false starts, we managed to get the siphon working.(7) I'll drill a hole in the top of the cup and you can siphon the water out with a straw.(8) Engineers built canals to siphon water from the Euphrates River and transport it to their fields, giving rise to the world's first irrigation-based society.(9) One never got large enough to really test the theory; in the second one, having a siphon worked quite well.(10) A sick man in his bunk directed the rigging up of a siphon pump.(11) I siphon the water into 5-gallon pails for watering the plants.(12) Industry observers estimate that fraud continues to siphon millions of dollars from the system each year.(13) Remove the mixture from the heat and transfer to a whipped-cream siphon .(14) Not one to waste time, I unscrewed the gas cap and slipped the siphon tube into the tank.(15) He then began to illegally siphon his money from US bank accounts to offshore tax havens through a series of ingenious shell companies.(16) One of the most common scams at the moment is to send individuals with online bank accounts an official-seeming request for confidential details, which in fact enable crooks to siphon money off the account.
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