- a short tubular opening, as in a glass jar or at the top of a retort.
Origin of tubulure
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The tubulure and the side tubes are plugged with cotton-wool.
B is tubulure for filling the apparatus, and is stopped with a cap.Visual Signaling
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This tubulure permits of emptying the boiler into the reservoir, L.
Twenty pounds of strong sulphuric acid are now to be introduced by the tubulure c, and then its lid must be put on.
Close the tubulure by means of an india-rubber stopper previously sterilised by boiling in a beaker of water.