Adjective "Funnelling" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Funnelling


    Definition:

    1. a cone-shaped utensil with a tube at the apex for conducting liquid or other substance through a small opening, as into a bottle, jug, or the like.

    2. a smokestack, especially of a steamship.

    3. a flue, tube, or shaft, as for ventilation.

    4. Eastern New England. a stovepipe. verb (used with object), funneled, funneling or (especially British) funnelled, funnelling.

    5. to concentrate, channel, or focus: They funneled all income into research projects.

    6. to pour through or as

    Origin:
    funnel

    Examples:

    "moneys can be funnelling."

    "cashs can be funnelling."

    "funds can be funnelling."

    "profits can be funnelling."

    "guns can be funnelling."

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