Examples of chute in a Sentence
She dropped the towels into the laundry chute.
children sliding down a water chute
The skiers came racing down the chute.
Recent Examples of chute from the Web
The soft shale brings runners to the Junior Pole and beyond into the chute, an open area made dusty by warm weather.
There's a coal chute that can be propped open and in which a fan can be installed to allow for some extra ventilation.
The bottom half slid down a chute beneath the vegetable slicers, where robotic blades cut pickles, tomatoes, and onions.
One of the crew jerks a lever, releasing the first in a line of 3-month-old calves, standing rump to face in the confines of the metal chute.
The tee shot comes out of a chute of trees into a generous landing area.
Your reward is a powerful chute of water with a rare rock overhang that allows visitors to walk behind the curtain of water and plunge pool.
Those trees were about the only thing that stopped the flotsam that shot down the water chute.
In June, a 19-year-old skier from Bozeman, Mont., died after falling 1,100 feet down a chute near Beartooth Pass.
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CHUTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chute for English Language Learners
: a narrow tube or passage that things and people go down or through
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