Co·an·da effect | \ kō¦andə-, -än-\
Definition of Coanda effect
: the tendency of a jet of fluid emerging from an orifice to follow an adjacent flat or curved surface and to entrain fluid from the surroundings so that a region of lower pressure develops
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to affect and impair by alcohol or a drug
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