A means by which something escapes, passes, or is released, in particular
A pipe or hole through which water or gas may escape
The mouth of a river
A point in an electrical circuit from which current may be drawn
A place from which goods are sold or distributed
a fast-food outlet
A retail store that sells the goods of a specific manufacturer or brand
an outlet store
A retail store offering discounted merchandise, esp. overstocked or irregular items
A market for goods
the indoor markets in Moscow were an outlet for surplus collective-farm produce
A means of expressing one's talents, energy, or emotions
writing became the main outlet for his energies
mercantile establishment: a place of business for retailing goods
wall socket: receptacle providing a place in a wiring system where current can be taken to run electrical devices
exit: an opening that permits escape or release; "he blocked the way out"; "the canyon had only one issue"
release: activity that frees or expresses creative energy or emotion; "she had no other outlet for her feelings"; "he gave vent to his anger"
(The Outlets) The Outlets were a 1980s Boston rock band consisting of David Alex Barton on vocals, his brother Rick Barton on lead guitar, Mike White on bass and Walter Gustafson on drums.
a vent or similar passage to allow the escape of something; something which allows for the release of one's desires; a river that runs out of a lake; a shop that sells the products of a particular manufacturer or supplier; a wall-mounted device such as a socket or receptacle connected to an ...
(Outlets (IRP)) These are the places (shops, markets and establishments/institutions) where prices of commodities or services in the Basket of Goods and Services are collected periodically.
(Outlets) An outlet is the point at which the water in the gutter discharges into a downpipe. Running outlets are positioned in the middle of a gutter run. Stopend outlets are positioned at the end of a gutter run.
(Outlets) The number of streams flowing out of the lake, both permanent and intermittent, observed at the time of the survey.
(Outlets) The section of the air conditioner that expels the air.
where water is dispersed from an open-graded base through pipes into a storm sewer system.
The point of water disposal from a stream, river, lake, tidewater, or artificial drain.
synonymous with vehicle dealership.
A connecting device in the work area on which a horizontal cable terminates.
A pass from the goalie to a field player after a save to begin a counter-attack.
Any point on a wiring system where current is taken to supply electrical power for a load.
any catering unit (or part of a catering unit) that is separately operated and managed.
Any potential point of use in a circuit, including receptacles, switches and light fixtures.
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Plumbing and drainage systems have to have outlets. Human emotions however are more complex, and there are many alternative expressions for them
An opening through which water can be freely discharged from a reservoir to the river for a particular purpose.
Technically, any point along a circuit where a light or appliance receives its final connections to the hot and neutral of the circuit. The outlet may consist of a receptacle for a cord to plug into, or it may be a box at which the item using the electricity is "hard-wired". ...
The term used to describe the spout assembly of some pumps.
This is the term given to area where water is discharged, i.e. a tap delivering water.
device through which drainage water emerges into the open air, or low point of a talweg or a watercourse within a catchment area.