A kitchen faucet.
The definition of a faucet is a device that controls the flow of liquid.
An example of a faucet is where the water flows into a sink.
a device with a hand-operated valve for regulating the flow of a liquid from a pipe, barrel, etc.; cock; tap
Origin of faucetMiddle English ; from Old French fausset, probably ; from faulser, to make a breach in, falsify ; from Late Latin falsare ; from Classical Latin falsus, false
A device for regulating the flow of a liquid from a reservoir such as a pipe or drum. See Note at andiron.
Origin of faucetMiddle English, from Old French fausset, cask stopper, from fausser, to break in, from Late Latin falsare, to falsify, from Latin falsus, false; see false.
From Middle English faucet, fawcett, from Old French fausset.