stillage

[ stil-ij ]
/ ˈstɪl ɪdʒ /

noun

a low platform on which goods are stored in a warehouse or factory to keep them off the floor, to aid in handling, etc.Compare skid(def 3).

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Origin of stillage

1590–1600; < Dutch stellage, equivalent to stell(en) to place + -age -age
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British Dictionary definitions for stillage

stillage
/ (ˈstɪlɪdʒ) /

noun

a frame or stand for keeping things off the ground, such as casks in a brewery
a container in which goods, machinery, etc, are transported

Word Origin for stillage

C16: probably from Dutch stillagie frame, scaffold, from stellen to stand; see -age
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