A roughly cylindrical open container, typically made of metal or plastic, with a handle, used to hold and carry liquids or other material
The contents of such a container or the amount it can contain
she emptied a bucket of water over them
Large quantities of liquid, typically rain or tears
I wept buckets
A compartment on the outer edge of a waterwheel
The scoop of a dredger or grain elevator
A scoop attached to the front of a loader, digger, or tractor
A unit of data that can be transferred from secondary storage in a single operation
a roughly cylindrical vessel that is open at the top
put into a bucket
the quantity contained in a bucket
A bucket, also called a pail, is a watertight, vertical cylinder or truncated cone, with an open top and a flat bottom, usually attached to a semicircular carrying handle called the bail. A bucket is distinguished from other containers by being unlidded. ...
In computing, the term bucket can have several meanings. It is used both as a live metaphor, and as a generally accepted technical term in some specialised areas. A bucket is most commonly a type of data buffer or a type of document or in which data is divided into regions.
A bucket (also called a scoop to qualify shallower designs of tools) is a specialized container attached to a machine, as compared to a bucket adapted to the form of a human being. It is a bulk material handling component.
A bucket (bkt.) was an imperial unit of liquid volume, equivalent to four gallons or 18.18436 litres. It is thus equivalent in size to the dry unit kenning. The unit was one of the less-common ones and has been outlawed for use in trade for a long time.
"The Bucket" is the first single taken from the Aha Shake Heartbreak album by the American rock band Kings of Leon. It is one of the band's most successful singles, reaching number 16 in the UK Singles Chart (making it their most successful UK release at the time) and number 23 in the U.S. ...
(The Buckets) The Buckets is a comic strip originally created by Scott Stantis. It has been syndicated since 1990, first by Tribune Media, and currently by United Feature Syndicates, Inc.. ...
A container made of rigid material, often with a handle, used to carry liquids or small items; The amount held in this container; Part of a piece of machinery that resembles a bucket; An old car that is not in good working order; The basket; A field goal; A mechanism for avoiding the ...
(Buckets) a move where a cheerleader holds their arms straight out in front, fists facing down, almost as if holding the handle of a bucket in each hand.
(BUCKETS) Curved members on the Francis and impulse turbine runners that deflect flowing water and transmit power to the crown or disk.
(Buckets (Stable)) These are of oak or teak, grained, varnished or painted. Sadly these days they are made of plastic, rubber, or metal.
(Buckets) An exclamation made when a cornhole bag goes into the hole, or the act of throwing the bag into the hole itself. One cornhole followed by another can be called “Response Buckets.”
(Buckets) Dan Cleary. The story belongs to Abel to Yzerman.
(Buckets) It is unlucky to come across an empty bucket on first going out, but lucky to pass a full one (general superstition).
(Buckets) The holdem starting hand 44. A pocket pair of fours.
Buckets made of mahogany bound with brass and with brass handles were made from about 1760. They were used to carry plates to and from kitchen and dining-room, and have a long vertical opening from rim to base so that the plates could be removed easily. ...
A location in a hash table containing (potentially) multiple entries whose keys "hash" to the same hash value according to its hash function. (As internal policy, you don't have to worry about it, unless you're into internals, or policy.)
The 2-4-5-8 or 3-5-6-9 leave after the first throw.
roomy bag shaped like a bucket, usually has an open top and shoulder strap.
Rod with a Model T body also called a 'Bucket T'
The planetary arrangement formed by nine planets occupying approximately one-half of a horoscope with one planet roughly opposing the group that is a focal point of action (bucket handle) for planetary energies. Identified by the late Marc Edmund Jones.
n. big handhold that is easy to hold onto. Usually a depression, hole or scoop (concave) in the rock. See also jug.
The term bucket is the one which has been most commonly used for Early Anglo-Saxon stave-built vessels.