1 (Also called (esp. U.S. and Canadian))
bushing a thin metal sleeve or tubular lining serving as a bearing or guide
2 to fit a bush to (a casing, bearing, etc.) (C15: from Middle Dutch busse box, bush; related to German Büchse tin, Swedish hjulbossa wheel-box, Late Latin buxis box1)
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2 an adaptor having ends of unequal diameters, often with internal screw threads, used to connect pipes of different sizes
3 a layer of electrical insulation enabling a live conductor to pass through an earthed wall, etc.
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