Synonyms of pipe in English:

pipe


See definition of pipe

noun

1‘a central-heating pipe’

SYNONYMS
tube, conduit, hose, main, duct, line, channel, canal, conveyor, pipeline, drain, tubing, piping, siphon, cylinder
fistula

2‘he smokes a pipe’

SYNONYMS
tobacco pipe, briar, briar pipe, meerschaum, clay pipe
British churchwarden
Scottish, Northern English cutty
Irish historical dudeen
rare calabash, calumet, chibouk, hookah, narghile, calean, hubble-bubble, bong, chillum

3‘someone was playing a pipe’

SYNONYMS
whistle, penny whistle, flute, recorder, fife
chanter, drone
wind instrument

4pipes‘Scottish regimental pipes and drums’

SYNONYMS
bagpipes
pan pipes
Irish uillean pipes

verb

1‘the beer is piped into barrels’

SYNONYMS
convey, channel, siphon, run, feed, lead, bring

2‘the programmes will be piped in from London’

SYNONYMS
transmit, feed, lead, patch

3‘he heard a tune being piped’

SYNONYMS
play on a pipe
play the pipes, tootle, whistle
literary flute

4‘outside a curlew piped’

SYNONYMS
chirp, cheep, chirrup, twitter, chatter, warble, trill, peep, sing, shrill, squeal, squeak

Phrases

    pipe down


    SYNONYMS
    be quiet, be silent, fall silent, hush, stop talking, hold one's tongue
    British quieten down
    North American quiet down
    informal shut up, shut one's face, shut one's mouth, shut one's trap, button up, button it lip, button one's lip, wrap up, wrap it up, put a sock in it
    British informal belt up, shut one's gob
    North American informal can it