An amount of food, air, or another substance taken into the body
your daily intake of calories
his alcohol intake
An act of taking something into the body
she heard his sharp intake of breath
a protective factor is the intake of cereal fiber
A location or structure through which something is taken in, e.g., water into a channel or pipe from a river, fuel or air into an engine or machine, commodities into a place, etc
cut rectangular holes for the air intake
The action of taking something in
facilities for the intake of grain by road
consumption: the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
an opening through which fluid is admitted to a tube or container
inhalation: the act of inhaling; the drawing in of air (or other gases) as in breathing
An intake , or especially for aircraft inlet, is an air intake for an engine. Because the modern internal combustion engine is in essence a powerful air pump, like the exhaust system on an engine, the intake must be carefully engineered and tuned to provide the greatest efficiency and power. ...
An intake is a parcel of land, of the order of , which has been "taken in" from a moor and brought under cultivation. The term is used almost exclusively in the north of England applying to land on the fringes of the Pennines and other moors. ...
The place where water or air is taken into a pipe or conduit; opposed to outlet; The beginning of a contraction or narrowing in a tube or cylinder; The quantity taken in; as, the intake of air; An act or instance of taking in: an intake of oxygen or food; To take in (in all the senses of the noun)
(Intakes) Grated openings in the hot tub shell plumbed to the filter through which water is pulled by the pump(s). Hot tubs without intakes draw water through the skimmer at the surface into the filter system. No pump should be attached to just one suction fitting.
(Intakes) Structures through which water from the reservoir or river are taken into the City’s hydroelectric generation and water supplies facilities; includes the penstocks and the Howell-Bunger valve.
In a hydro system, the structure that receives the water and feeds it into the penstock (pipeline). Usually incorporates screening or filtering to keep debris and aquatic life out of the system.
The process an agency uses to determine if a child is eligible for the services they offer.
The entrance to a turbine unit at a hydroelectric dam.
Part of pump where water enters when pump forms partial vacuum.
First court proceeding in Family Court where the petition is read and charges/demands explained.
Term for the process by which NPHC members are selected to become new members of an organization. Much more secretive than recruitment or rush, but generally includes an application and an interview process, followed by an educational program done at the regional level conducted by alumni, then ...
The process by which a substance crosses the outer boundary of an organism without passing an absorption barrier, e.g., through ingestion or inhalation.
The administrative and initial assessment procedures for admission to a treatment program.
Collection of information to begin the assessment process.
the first steps our agency takes to start to the process of filing a charge of discrimination. Not every complaint will fall under our jurisdiction, so not every complaint will be filed.
Includes at least one conference by probation with the potential respondent (i.e. child, parent, adult) and other interested parties concerning the advisability of filing a petition.
(1) Point of diversion of stream flow into a conduit or irrigation system conveyance. (2) Water infiltration into the soil.
The passage through which fresh air is drawn or forced into a mine or to a section of a mine.
the month in which the course will commence for new students.
Amount of forage an animal will consume. May be expressed as pounds of dry matter/head or as a percent of animal liveweight.
a structure to divert water into a conduit leading to the power plant.
The activities associated with the receipt of a referral the assessment or screening, the decision to accept, and the enrollment of individuals or families into services.