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grate1 a frame of crossed or parallel metal bars used as a covering or guard over an opening. [1/2 definitions]
grating1 a frame of bars that covers an opening; grate.
hatch2 an opening in the floor, roof, or side of a building or vehicle. Hatches are often found on ships and allow passengers or cargo to pass through. [2 definitions]
hole an opening or hollow cavity in something. [1/3 definitions]
hourglass an instrument used to measure time that sends sand through a narrow opening between two larger glass bulbs. It takes exactly one hour for the sand to pass from one bulb to the other.
hum to make the sound of a song without opening the lips. [1/4 definitions]
icon on a phone or computer display, a small drawing that is used as a symbol. Clicking on the symbol requests a certain action from the computer, such as opening a file, taking a user to a location, or playing an audio. [1/3 definitions]
jet1 a stream of liquid or gas shooting from an opening, usually with great pressure. [1/3 definitions]
jug a container for holding liquids. A jug usually has a handle and a narrow spout or opening. [1/2 definitions]
leak an opening or crack that lets something pass out or in by accident. [3/5 definitions]
lip the edge of any hole or opening. [1/3 definitions]
lock1 a mechanical device for keeping others from opening a door, window, or a safe. Locks are usually opened with a key or a combination. [1/5 definitions]
manhole an opening in a street large enough for a person to climb into to make repairs underneath the street. A manhole is usually covered by a lid.
mouth the opening in the face through which one eats, breathes, and makes sounds. [3/6 definitions]
outlet an opening through which something is let out or allowed to escape; vent. [1/4 definitions]
overture an opening move to begin something. [1/2 definitions]
peep1 to look quickly or secretly through a narrow opening or from a hiding place. [1/3 definitions]
plug an object made of cork, rubber, or other material used to block an opening. [1/4 definitions]
pore2 a tiny opening in the skin of an animal or outer surface of a plant through which air, water, or sweat may pass.
porthole a small opening or window in the side of a ship or airplane.
pupil2 the small, dark opening in the center of the eye. Light passes through the pupil into the eye.