- n. 漏斗；烟囱
- vt. 通过漏斗或烟囱等；使成漏斗形
- vi. 通过漏斗等；成漏斗形
1. fund- => funnel.
2. Etymologically, a funnel is something used for 'pouring in'.
3. funnel“防漏” 用漏斗倒油，可以防止油漏出 n. 漏斗
缩写自拉丁语infundibulum, 工厂灰斗或漏斗。in-, 使，进入，-fund, 注入，词源同foundry, -bulum, 工具格后缀。后也用于指烟囱。
- funnel:  Etymologically, a funnel is something used for ‘pouring in’. The word comes via Provençal fonilh from Latin infundibulum ‘funnel’. This was a derivative of infundere ‘pour in’, a compound verb formed from in- ‘in’ and fundere ‘pour’ (source of English found ‘melt’, foundry, and fuse).
=> found, foundry, fuse
- funnel (n.)
- c. 1400, funell, fonel, from Middle French fonel, apparently a word from a southern French dialect, such as Provençal enfounilh (Weekley calls it "a word from the Southern wine trade"), from Late Latin fundibulum, shortened from Latin infundibulum "a funnel or hopper in a mill," from infundere "pour in," from in- "in" + fundere "pour" (see found (v.2)).
- funnel (v.)
- 1590s, from funnel (n.). Related: Funneled; funneling.
- 1. He poured the petrol into the car through a funnel.
- 2. A thread of smoke was wisping out of the funnel.
- 3. I like the ship with a yellow funnel.
- 4. The top of the funnel is connected to a tube.
- 5. The funnel - shaped self - potential curve of the Eocene sands is well marked.
- 始新统砂层的 漏斗形 自然电位曲线形态很明显.
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