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utilidor

[ yoo-til-i-dawr ]
/ yuˈtɪl ɪˌdɔr /
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noun Canadian.
an aboveground, insulated network of pipes and cables, used to convey water and electricity in communities situated in areas of permafrost.
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Origin of utilidor

utili(ty) + -dor, as in thermidor
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British Dictionary definitions for utilidor

utilidor
/ (juːˈtɪlɪˌdɔː) /

noun
Canadian an enclosed and insulated conduit for sewage and other utilities placed above the level of permafrost
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