soaker


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.

soaker

On a slate or tile roof, a piece of metal sheeting used to make a weathertight joint at the intersection between the roof and a vertical wall penetrating the roof or at a hip or valley.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
(1) Start by cutting your soaker hoses and drip irrigation tubing to the length of your garden bed.
Cracked layers along Old Soakers layers suggested the area may have been buried by sediment at one time, leading to stratified rock, NASA officials said.
From the study findings, it was concluded that super faba bean achieved the highest level of quality aspects (100 seed weight, non soakers percentage and hydration coefficient) also acquired high percentage of protein content.
But Johnson, a former NASA scientist with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in nuclear engineering, hopes his legacy will stand for something far more important than a children's toy, He has put much of the money he made from the Super Soaker into two projects: the lithium air battery and the JTEC (Johnson Thermo-Electrochemical Converter) system.
The children also conducted a radio check at Post One, in which they practiced radio jargon, and underwent marksmanship training using "super soaker"-type water guns.
They complement the company's Bio Soaker diaper pads, the ecofriendly diapering system that protects baby and the earth.
All four Ava Bath models (Soaker, Whirlpool, Air Bath, and Air/Whirlpool) come in a standard 60-inch width.
Use soaker hoses or drip irrigation systems instead.
All the guns in the world will be transformed into Super Soaker water pistols and landmines will turn into foot spas.
For instance, I helped design a new high-power water soaker. I had to make sure that the force (push or pull) needed to pump up the soaker was small enough so that kids could easily use the toy.