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. andiron
Origin of faucetMiddle English from Old French fausset cask stopper from fausser to break in from Late Latin falsāre to falsify from Latin falsus false ; see false .
From Middle English faucet, fawcett, from Old French fausset.