what is difference between grapevine and pipeline
grape + vine
grapevine (plural grapevine or grapevines)
- The plant, a vine of genus Vitis, on which grapes grow.
- Synonym: winetree
- A rumor.
- An informal person-to-person means of circulating information or gossip.
- Synonyms: jungle drums, bush telegraph, jungle telegraph, mulga wire, rumor mill
- 1966, Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong (songwriters), “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”:
- I heard it through the grapevine
- Not much longer would you be mine.
- (skating) A move in which the feet are alternately placed in front of each other, while both remaining on the ice or ground, incorporating half-turns.
- (wrestling) A leglock.
grapevine (third-person singular simple present grapevines, present participle grapevining, simple past and past participle grapevined)
- (transitive, wrestling) To restrain in a leglock.
From pipe + line.
- IPA(key): /ˈpaɪpˌlaɪn/
pipeline (plural pipelines)
- A conduit made of pipes used to convey water, gas or petroleum etc.
- An oil pipeline has been opened from the Caspian Sea.
- A channel (either physical or logical) by which information is transmitted sequentially (that is, the first information in is the first information out).
- 3D images are rendered using the graphics pipeline.
- (figuratively) A system or process through which something is conducted.
- A new version of the software is in the pipeline, but has not been rolled out.
- April 19 2002, Scott Tobias, AV Club Fightville
- The gym’s proprietor, “Crazy” Tim Credeur, heads up the Gladiator Academy, which serves as a pipeline for amateur MMA fighters to move up the ranks, though few of them do.
- 2012, Olivier Nyirubugara, Surfing the Past: Digital Learners in the History Class (page 257)
- History education has also been considered as a pipeline that connects learners with ‘their roots’, thereby imbuing in them an awareness of their identity.
- (surfing) The inside of a wave that a surfer is riding, when the wave has started closing over it.
- continuous delivery pipeline
- → Japanese: パイプライン (paipurain)
pipeline (third-person singular simple present pipelines, present participle pipelining, simple past and past participle pipelined)
- (computing, transitive) To design (a microchip etc.) so that processing takes place in efficient stages, the output of each stage being fed as input to the next.
- (transitive) To convey something by a system of pipes
- (transitive) To lay a system of pipes through something
- (rare, slang, transitive) To connect a tube from ones mouth to ones anus (or the anus of another), in order to force someone to eat feces.
- pipeline on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- IPA(key): /pi.plin/
pipeline m (plural pipelines)
- oil pipeline
- “pipeline” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
pipeline m (plural pipelines)
- (computing) pipeline (set of data processing elements connected in series)