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ul·lage

 (ŭl′ĭj)
n.
1. The amount of liquid within a container that is lost, as by leakage, during shipment or storage.
2. The amount by which a container, such as a bottle, cask, or tank, falls short of being full.

[Middle English ulage, from Old French ouillage, from ouiller, to fill up a cask, from ouil, eye, bunghole, from Latin oculus, eye; see okw- in Indo-European roots.]

ul′laged adj.

ullage

(ˈʌlɪdʒ)
n
1. (Commerce) the volume by which a liquid container falls short of being full
2. (Commerce)
a. the quantity of liquid lost from a container due to leakage or evaporation
b. (in customs terminology) the amount of liquid remaining in a container after such loss
vb (tr)
3. (Commerce) to create ullage in
4. (Commerce) to determine the amount of ullage in
5. (Commerce) to fill up ullage in
[C15: from Old French ouillage filling of a cask, from ouiller to fill a cask, from ouil eye, from Latin oculus eye]
ˈullaged adj

ul•lage

(ˈʌl ɪdʒ)

n.
the amount by which the contents fall short of filling a container, as a cask or bottle.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Anglo-French ulliage; Old French ouillage,(h)eullage wine needed to fill a cask]
ul′laged, adj.

ullage


Past participle: ullaged
Gerund: ullaging

Imperative
ullage
ullage
Present
I ullage
you ullage
he/she/it ullages
we ullage
you ullage
they ullage
Preterite
I ullaged
you ullaged
he/she/it ullaged
we ullaged
you ullaged
they ullaged
Present Continuous
I am ullaging
you are ullaging
he/she/it is ullaging
we are ullaging
you are ullaging
they are ullaging
Present Perfect
I have ullaged
you have ullaged
he/she/it has ullaged
we have ullaged
you have ullaged
they have ullaged
Past Continuous
I was ullaging
you were ullaging
he/she/it was ullaging
we were ullaging
you were ullaging
they were ullaging
Past Perfect
I had ullaged
you had ullaged
he/she/it had ullaged
we had ullaged
you had ullaged
they had ullaged
Future
I will ullage
you will ullage
he/she/it will ullage
we will ullage
you will ullage
they will ullage
Future Perfect
I will have ullaged
you will have ullaged
he/she/it will have ullaged
we will have ullaged
you will have ullaged
they will have ullaged
Future Continuous
I will be ullaging
you will be ullaging
he/she/it will be ullaging
we will be ullaging
you will be ullaging
they will be ullaging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ullaging
you have been ullaging
he/she/it has been ullaging
we have been ullaging
you have been ullaging
they have been ullaging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ullaging
you will have been ullaging
he/she/it will have been ullaging
we will have been ullaging
you will have been ullaging
they will have been ullaging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ullaging
you had been ullaging
he/she/it had been ullaging
we had been ullaging
you had been ullaging
they had been ullaging
Conditional
I would ullage
you would ullage
he/she/it would ullage
we would ullage
you would ullage
they would ullage
Past Conditional
I would have ullaged
you would have ullaged
he/she/it would have ullaged
we would have ullaged
you would have ullaged
they would have ullaged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ullage - the amount that a container (as a wine bottle or tank) lacks of being fullullage - the amount that a container (as a wine bottle or tank) lacks of being full
indefinite quantity - an estimated quantity
Translations

ullage

[ˈʌlɪdʒ] N (Customs) (= loss) → merma f; (= amount remaining) → atestadura f

ullage

nLeckage f, → Flüssigkeitsschwund m
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