[ bib-kok ]
/ ˈbɪbˌkɒk /
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a faucet having a nozzle bent downward.
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Example sentences from the Web for bibcock
At the bottom of the tank (seen at the right) is a short bibcock used when the water was drawn off.Pompeii, Its Life and Art|August Mau
British Dictionary definitions for bibcock
/ (ˈbɪbˌkɒk) /
a tap having a nozzle bent downwards and supplied from a horizontal pipe
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