[ sˈɔ͡ɪl pˈa͡ɪp], [ sˈɔɪl pˈaɪp], [ s_ˈɔɪ_l p_ˈaɪ_p]
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How to use "Soil pipe" in context?
Soil pipes are a relatively new construction technique used to transfer water or wastewater between two points in a soil or sediment media system. Soil pipes are made of flexible plastic or metal tubing that is buried in the ground and then pushed through the soil. Water travels through the soil pipe by capillary action until it reaches the wastewater treatment plant. Wastewater travels the opposite way through soil pipes until it reaches a water treatment plant.
Homophones for Soil pipe:
- sloppy, sulpha, sulfa, saliva, solve, shlep, sick leave, solfa, slip by, sloop, silvia, selloff, slav, salvia, scollop, sclaff, sleeve, silva, sea scallop, social phobia, sell off, slab, shelf, shelfy, slip, sea wolf, ski slope, sillabub, salp, slip-up, slap, slope, shelve, slaphappy, seal off, skylab, swell up, syllabub, slip away, solvay, salvo, slow up, salpa, schlep, slippy, swallow up, sylph, slipway, schoolboy, sleep off, sleepy, sexual love, shelvy, scale leaf, slave, salve, slub, slob, self, scalp, scale up, scallop, selva, sleep, slavey, school phobia, sell up, sylva, slap-up, slop, syllabify, slip up, slip off.
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