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downtake

[ doun-teyk ]
/ ˈdaʊnˌteɪk /
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noun
a pipe or passage for conducting smoke, a current of air, or the like downward from a furnace, opening, etc.
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Origin of downtake

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How to use downtake in a sentence

  • Im not going to be put up or downtake this or thatat their will and pleasure.

    Chains|Elizabeth Baker
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