wash-out


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wash-out

[ˈwɒʃˌaʊt] n (fam) (plan, party, person) → disastro
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For the third successive day, and the seventh between the two sides this summer, Kent and Worcestershire yesterday suffered a complete wash-out.
MICHAEL VAUGHAN has expressed his concern about the weather depriving his young squad of valuable experience this winter following a second successive wash-out at the Queen's ParkOval over the weekend.
Glamorgan made up for a first-day wash-out at Cardiff by reaching 330 for seven against Somerset - with Michael Powell and the in-form Adrian Dale both hitting 64 and Adrian Shaw chipping in with an unbeaten 62.
Investment has also been made in an innovative bunker lining product called Capillary Concrete to boost bunker drainage and prevent wash-outs in bad weather.
Scrub is overgrown, the road surface is sandy and potholes and wash-outs are occurring.
Despite Miller signing for six group games, the Gloucestershire match tonight will be his only appearance in Cardiff because of two wash-outs.
Surfcasters work the wash-outs between bars, dropoffs and troughs between bars for pompano, redfish and cobia.
After successive wash-outs, Yorkshire host Northamptonshire at Scarborough in the Royal London Cup today.
Highlights and lowlights, adventures and errors, beauties and beasts, wonders and wash-outs.
The risk of wash-outs remains, regardless of whether the line is electrified or not, while any diversion should be built with electrification in mind.
Highlights and lowlights, adventures and cock-ups, beauties and beasts, wonders and wash-outs, all illustrated with a special selection of photos and footage shot during the eight BBC TV travel series that began with Around The World in Eighty Days.
Recycled asphalt was applied east and west of the middle hill, and more rock was placed in the south ditch east of the middle hill to prevent wash-outs.