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Pump engineering Britannica.
Atmospheric pressure alone can force water to a maximum height of about 34 feet 10 metres, so the force pump was developed to drain deeper mines. In the force pump the downward stroke of the piston forces water out through a side valve to a height that depends simply on the force applied to the piston.
Urban Dictionary: pumps.
3 To ejaculate with plenty of force. 1 Dude, that is a nice pump" 2 Dude, wait in the car while I pump" 3 Dude, I was so horny I was pumping like mad." by Soiled Undergarment August 17, 2003.
PUMP meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
a water / bicycle / fuel pump. a petrol pump. The pump is powered by a small electric motor. Fish tanks often have a pump that oxygenates the water. The pump is driven by steam. Thesaurus: synonyms and related words.
Pump Wikipedia.
For such pumps the position of the pump should always be lower than the suction point, if not the pump should be manually filled with liquid or a secondary pump should be used until all air is removed from the suction line and the pump casing.
Pump Definition of Pump by Merriam-Webster.
5: a mechanism by which atoms, ions, or molecules are transported across cell membranes see proton pump, sodium pump. Medical Definition of pump Entry 2 of 2.: to work a pump: raise or move a fluid with a pump. 1: to raise as water with a pump.
pump Wiktionary.
Compare Dutch pompen, German pumpen, and Danish pompe. pump plural pumps. A device for moving or compressing a liquid or gas. This pump can deliver 100 gallons of water per minute. An instance of the action of a pump; one stroke of a pump; any action similar to pumping.

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