- a spout at the end of a hose, pipe, bellows, etc., by which a stream of liquid or gas may be directed and controlled
- Slang the nose
Origin: dim. of nose
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- A projecting part with an opening, as at the end of a hose, for regulating and directing a flow of fluid.
- Slang The human nose.
Origin: Middle English noselle, socket on a candlestick, diminutive of nose; see nose.
nozzle - Computer Definition
An orifice in an inkjet print head through which ink is sprayed onto the paper. Print heads with six thousand or more nozzles are common in today's printers.
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