- orifice: see oral
- orifice (n.)
- early 15c., from Middle French orifice "the opening of a wound" (14c.) and directly from Latin orificium "an opening," literally "mouth-making," from os (genitive oris) "mouth" (see oral) + facere "to make, do" (see factitious). Related: Orificial.
- 1. A mouse ran out from the dark orifice of the cave.
- 2. After a massive heart attack, he was strapped to a bed, with tubes in every orifice.
- 3. An endless flow of words streamed from the same orifice.
- 4. Orifice's pressure losses are attributed to entrainment and eddy formation.
- 5. It has rounded shoulders inside instead of the sharp orifice - like edge.
- 在内部作成圆形凸肩以代替锐缘孔板 状 的侧面.
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