Synonyms of pipe in English:

pipe


See definition of pipe

noun

1‘a central-heating pipe’

SYNONYMS

tube, conduit, hose, main, duct, line, channel, canal, conveyor, pipeline, drain, tubing, piping, siphon, cylinder

fistula

2‘he smokes a pipe’

SYNONYMS

tobacco pipe, meerschaum, clay pipe

British churchwarden

Northern English Scottish cutty

Irish historical dudeen

rare calabash, calumet, chibouk, hookah, narghile, calean, hubble-bubble, bong, chillum

3‘someone was playing a pipe’

SYNONYMS

whistle, penny whistle, flute, recorder, fife

chanter, drone

wind instrument

4pipes‘Scottish regimental pipes and drums’

SYNONYMS

bagpipes

pan pipes

Irish uillean pipes


verb

1‘the beer is piped into barrels’

SYNONYMS

convey, channel, siphon, run, feed, lead, bring

2‘the programmes will be piped in from London’

SYNONYMS

transmit, feed, lead, patch

3‘he heard a tune being piped’

SYNONYMS

play on a pipe

play the pipes, tootle, whistle

literary flute

4‘outside a curlew piped’

SYNONYMS

chirp, cheep, chirrup, twitter, chatter, warble, trill, peep, sing, shrill, squeal, squeak


Phrases

    pipe down

      SYNONYMS

      be quiet, quieten down, be silent, fall silent, hush, stop talking, hold one's tongue

      shut up, shut one's face, shut one's gob, shut one's mouth, shut one's trap, button up, button it lip, button one's lip, belt up, wrap up, wrap it up, put a sock in it

      North American

      can it