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Definition of Dresser Relief Valves
(dres′ər),USA pronunciation n.
- a person who dresses.
- a person employed to dress actors, care for costumes, etc., at a theater, television studio, or the like.
- [Chiefly Brit.]a surgeon's assistant.
- a person who dresses in a particular manner, as specified: a fancy dresser; a careful and distinctive dresser.
- any of several tools or devices used in dressing materials.
- a block, fitting into an anvil, on which pieces are forged.
- a mallet for shaping sheet metal.
- a tool for truing the surfaces of grinding wheels.
(ri lēf′),USA pronunciation n.
- alleviation, ease, or deliverance through the removal of pain, distress, oppression, etc.
- a means or thing that relieves pain, distress, anxiety, etc.
- money, food, or other help given to those in poverty or need.
- something affording a pleasing change, as from monotony.
- release from a post of duty, as by the arrival of a substitute or replacement.
- the person or persons acting as replacement.
- the rescue of a besieged town, fort, etc., from an attacking force.
- the freeing of a closed space, as a tank or boiler, from more than a desirable amount of pressure or vacuum.
- [Feudal Law.]a fine or composition which the heir of a feudal tenant paid to the lord for the privilege of succeeding to the estate.
- a distinct or abrupt change in mood, scene, action, etc., resulting in a reduction of intensity, as in a play or novel.
- See comic relief.
- on relief, receiving financial assistance from a municipal, state, or federal government because of poverty or need.
Valves valve (valv),USA pronunciation
n., v., valved, valv•ing.
- any device for halting or controlling the flow of a liquid, gas, or other material through a passage, pipe, inlet, outlet, etc.
- a hinged lid or other movable part that closes or modifies the passage in such a device.
- [Anat.]a membranous fold or other structure that controls the flow of a fluid, as one that permits blood to flow in one direction only.
- (in musical wind instruments of the trumpet class) a device for changing the length of the air column to alter the pitch of a tone.
- one of the two or more separable pieces composing certain shells.
- either half of the silicified shell of a diatom.
- one of the segments into which a capsule dehisces.
- a flap or lidlike part of certain anthers.
- See vacuum tube (def. 1).
- [Archaic.]one of the leaves of a double or folding door.
- to provide with a means of controlling the flow of liquid, gas, etc., by inserting a valve.
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