dry-dockage

[ drahy-dok-ij ]
/ ˈdraɪˌdɒk ɪdʒ /

noun

the act or fact of placing a ship in a dry dock.
a charge for repairs in a dry dock: Dry-dockage is the largest item in the ship's maintenance.

Nearby words

  1. dry-bone ore,
  2. dry-bulb thermometer,
  3. dry-clean,
  4. dry-cleanse,
  5. dry-dock,
  6. dry-eyed,
  7. dry-farm,
  8. dry-footing,
  9. dry-gulch,
  10. dry-nurse

Origin of dry-dockage


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