dredger


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dredg·er 1

 (drĕj′ər)
n.
1. A dredging machine.
2. Nautical A barge or boat equipped with a dredge.

dredg·er 2

 (drĕj′ər)
n.
A container with a perforated lid used for coating food with a powder, such as flour or sugar.

dredger

(ˈdrɛdʒə)
n
1. (Mechanical Engineering) Also called: dredge a vessel used for dredging, often bargelike and sometimes equipped with retractable steel piles that are driven into the bottom for stability
2. (Mechanical Engineering) another name for dredge11

dredger

(ˈdrɛdʒə)
n
(Cookery) a container with a perforated top for sprinkling flour, sugar, etc
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dredger - a barge (or a vessel resembling a barge) that is used for dredgingdredger - a barge (or a vessel resembling a barge) that is used for dredging
barge, flatboat, hoy, lighter - a flatbottom boat for carrying heavy loads (especially on canals)
dredge - a power shovel to remove material from a channel or riverbed
Translations
plovoucí rypadlo
muddermaskine
kotróhajó
dÿpkunarprammi; botnhreinsunarvél
tarama gemisi

dredger

1 [ˈdredʒəʳ] N (= ship) → draga f

dredger

2 [ˈdredʒəʳ] N (Culin) → espolvoreador m

dredger

[ˈdrɛdʒər] n
(= ship) → dragueur m
(= machine) → drague f

dredger

1
n (= ship)Schwimmbagger m; (= machine)Bagger m

dredger

2
n (Cook) → Streuer m; (also sugar dredger)Zuckerstreuer m

dredger

1 [ˈdrɛdʒəʳ] dredge [drɛdʒ] n (ship) → draga

dredger

2 [ˈdrɛdʒəʳ] n (also sugar dredger) → spargizucchero m inv

dredge1

(dredʒ) verb
to deepen or clear the bed of (a river etc) by bringing up mud.
ˈdredger noun
a boat with apparatus for dredging.
References in classic literature ?
Except for the dredgers, the fresh-piled sand, the dense willow thickets, and always Mt.
So, unwieldy young dredgers and hulking mudlarks were referred to the experiences of Thomas Twopence, who, having resolved not to rob (under circumstances of uncommon atrocity) his particular friend and benefactor, of eighteenpence, presently came into supernatural possession of three and sixpence, and lived a shining light ever afterwards.
Kelly Bull added: "My husband's life was at risk since the dredger crushed it whilst dredging it out the river this morning.
Mr Baird, a scallop dredger master, is charged with failing to ensure the boat St Amant operated safely between November 2007 and April 2012.
Doug explained there are currently three different types of dredger in use: "We have a big one that sucks up sand from the bottom of the river, the Goliath backhoe dredger which is removing rocks and clay that the sand dredger can't move, and a water injection dredger that blows air and water into the sea as the tide is ebbing which lifts sand and silt and the tide carries that away.
ByNGAZy (CyHAN)- A helicopter of the Libyan air force on Sunday attacked and sunk a dredger off Benghazi coast, Commander of the Libyan Air Force said on Monday.
Terry Bytheway, Matt Dredger, Matsby and Matt Western
THE skipper of a scallop dredger died after being entangled in the vessel's winch system which was in a "dangerously poor condition", an accident report has said.
Many couldn't hazard a guess as to the meaning of welder, glazier, dredger and mason.
China had been working extensively beginning May 2014, employing two big dredger ships in the islands.
1989: The Thames pleasure cruiser Marchioness was hit by a dredger and 51 young people attending a party on the boat were killed.
Each dredger is manufactured with minimal parts to increase operational dependability.