Faucet [noun]

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The faucet monitors your water usage and can detect leaks, too.

For a 1% annual fee based on the purchase price, Pacaso will handle all the annoying details of managing a property from afar, from paying the utilities to finding a plumber to come fix a leaky faucet.

Not sure whether it’s a focus thing, or simply that the Heat change defenses a lot midgame, which might turn the faucet on or off for the opponent.

All else being equal, this occasional leaky faucet of carbon would have created a slight deficit in the energy available to life in the past.

Sometimes you just need a hand with dishes, but don’t have the space to set up with the kitchen faucet.

This compact dishwasher is a workhorse—it comes with a water tank that you can use in lieu of a kitchen faucet hookup.

The chief drew the tumbler full twice from the faucet and gulped down the water.

The hose coupling makes it easy to connect the motor directly to the water faucet.

For racking the wine, we should have: 1st a large brass faucet.

When the faucet is closed, the gas supply is shut off and the burners are put out.