outlet


outlet
[[t]a͟ʊtlet[/t]]
outlets
1) N-COUNT: usu supp N An outlet is a shop or organization which sells the goods made by a particular manufacturer.

...the largest retail outlet in the city.

2) N-COUNT: also N n An outlet or an outlet store is a place which sells slightly damaged or outdated goods from a particular manufacturer, or goods that it made in greater quantities than needed.

...the factory outlet store in Belmont.

3) N-COUNT: oft N for n If someone has an outlet for their feelings or ideas, they have a means of expressing and releasing them.

Her father had found an outlet for his ambition in his work.

Syn:
4) N-COUNT An outlet is a hole or pipe through which liquid or air can flow away.

...a warm air outlet.

...an underwater outlet pipe discharging waste into the sea.

5) N-COUNT An outlet is a place, usually in a wall, where you can connect electrical devices to the electricity supply. [mainly AM]
Syn:
(in BRIT, usually use socket)

English dictionary. 2008.

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  • outlet — or outlet store [out′let΄] n. 1. a passage or vent for letting something out 2. a means of expression [an outlet for the emotions] 3. a stream, river, etc. that flows out from a lake 4. a) a market for goods b) …   English World dictionary

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  • outlet — [n1] place or means of escape, release aperture, avenue, break, channel, crack, duct, egress, escape, exit, hole, nozzle, opening, orifice, porthole, release, safety valve, spout, tear, vent, way out; concepts 513,693 Ant. egress, entrance outlet …   New thesaurus

  • Outlet — Out*let , v. t. To let out; to emit. [R.] Daniel. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • outlet — (n.) early 13c., originally a river mouth, from OUT (Cf. out) + LET (Cf. let) (v.). Electrical wiring sense is attested from 1892. Meaning a retail store is attested from 1933 …   Etymology dictionary

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