O-RING GASKET

O-RING GASKET
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  • gasket — [gas′kit] n. [prob. altered < Fr garcette < OFr garcete, small cord, orig., little girl, dim. of garce, fem. of gars, boy < ML * warkjone < Frank * wrakjo, mercenary soldier; akin to OE wrecca, WRETCH] 1. a piece or ring of rubber,… …   English World dictionary

  • Gasket — Gas ket, n. [Cf. F. garcette, It. gaschetta, Sp. cajeta caburn, garceta reef point.] 1. (Naut.) A line or band used to lash a furled sail securely. {Sea gaskets} are common lines; {harbor gaskets} are plaited and decorated lines or bands. Called… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • gasket — ► NOUN ▪ a sheet or ring of rubber or other material sealing the junction between two surfaces in an engine or other device. ORIGIN originally denoting a cord securing a furled sail to the yard of a sailing ship: perhaps from French garcette thin …   English terms dictionary

  • Gasket — [ thumb|sright|250px|Some seals and gaskets 1. o ring 2. fiber washer 3. paper gaskets 4. cylinder head gasket] A gasket is a mechanical seal that fills the space between two objects, generally to prevent leakage between the two objects while… …   Wikipedia

  • gasket — gas|ket [ gæskət ] noun count a flat ring of rubber, metal, or plastic that you put between two surfaces in a pipe or machine so that liquid or gas cannot escape blow a gasket SPOKEN 1. ) INFORMAL to suddenly become very angry 2. ) if a machine… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • gasket — UK [ˈɡæskɪt] / US [ˈɡæskət] noun [countable] Word forms gasket : singular gasket plural gaskets a flat ring of rubber, metal, or plastic that you put between two surfaces in a pipe or machine so that liquid or gas cannot escape • blow a gasket …   English dictionary

  • Gasket (sailing) — In sailing, gaskets are lengths of rope or fabric used to hold a stowed sail in place. In modern use, the term is usually restricted to square rigged ships, the equivalent items on yachts being referred to by the more prosaic sail ties .On most… …   Wikipedia

  • gasket — n. 1 a sheet or ring of rubber etc., shaped to seal the junction of metal surfaces. 2 a small cord securing a furled sail to a yard. Phrases and idioms: blow a gasket sl. lose one s temper. Etymology: perh. f. F garcette thin rope (orig. little… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gasket — noun Etymology: perhaps modification of French garcette Date: circa 1889 a material (as rubber) or a part (as an O ring) used to make a joint fluid tight …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • gasket — /gas kit/, n. 1. a rubber, metal, or rope ring, for packing a piston or placing around a joint to make it watertight. 2. Naut. any of a number of light lines for securing a furled sail to a boom, gaff, or yard. [1615 25; perh. < F garcette a… …   Universalium

  • gasket — [ gaskɪt] noun 1》 a sheet or ring of rubber or other material sealing the junction between two surfaces in an engine or other device. 2》 archaic a cord securing a furled sail to the yard of a sailing ship. Origin C17: perh. from Fr. garcette thin …   English new terms dictionary

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