Meaning of TUYERE in English

tüˈye(ə)r, twēˈ-, ˈtwi(ə)r noun

( -s )

Etymology: French tuyère, from Middle French tuyere, from tuyau pipe, from Old French tuel, tuyau — more at tewel

: a nozzle through which an air blast is delivered to a forge or blast furnace ; also : a port or vent between tiered grate sections of a boiler furnace

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