a pipe for draining liquid waste or excess liquids.
Plumbing. a pipe for draining away the wastes of a building other than those from water closets.
- Compare soil pipe.
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How to use waste pipe in a sentence
Traps will not be permitted on main, vertical, soil or waste-pipe lines.Elements of Plumbing | Samuel Dibble
A sort of safety-valve is provided in such works, exactly of the same nature as the waste-pipe of a common cistern.Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 440 | Various
Under the basin in the bathroom one can see the waste pipe and can imagine where the water is inside.The Library of Work and Play: Housekeeping | Elizabeth Hale Gilman
S, is the waste pipe of the lime machine, to remove the insoluble parts of the lime.A Practical Treatise on Gas-light | Fredrick Accum
Wash out the ice chamber once a week, and pour a solution of washing soda down the waste pipe.Foods and Household Management | Helen Kinne
British Dictionary definitions for waste pipe
a pipe to take excess or used water away, as from a sink to a drain
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