Piping vs Tubing - What's the difference?

piping | tubing |


As verbs the difference between piping and tubing

is that piping is while tubing is .

As nouns the difference between piping and tubing

is that piping is the process of an animal just beginning to break out of its egg; precedes hatching while tubing is tubes, considered as a group.

As an adjective piping

is high-pitched.

piping

English

Verb

(head)
  • Noun

  • The process of an animal just beginning to break out of its egg; precedes hatching.
  • The sound of musical pipes.
  • An act of making music or noise with pipes.
  • A system of pipes that compose a structure; pipework.
  • the piping of a house
  • An ornamentation on pastry edges and seams.
  • An ornamentation on the edges of a garment; a small cord covered with cloth.
  • Piped icing on a cake.
  • (botany) A piece cut off to be set or planted; a cutting.
  • (botany) propagation by cuttings
  • Adjective

    (-)
  • High-pitched.
  • His piping voice could be heard above the hubbub.

    Derived terms

    * piping hot

    See also

    *

    tubing

    English

    Noun

    (tubings)
  • tubes, considered as a group
  • a length of tube, or a system of tubes
  • the recreation of riding down a river on an inner tube
  • Verb

    (head)