drydock

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English[edit]

Drydock (Canada, 1975)

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Etymology[edit]

dry +‎ dock

Noun[edit]

drydock (plural drydocks)

  1. (nautical) A dock that can be drained of water and is used in the repair and construction of ships.

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Verb[edit]

drydock (third-person singular simple present drydocks, present participle drydocking, simple past and past participle drydocked)

  1. (transitive) To place (a ship) in a drydock.