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Англо-русский словарь по деревообрабатывающей промышленности. 2013.

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  • Dike — Dike, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Diked}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Diking}.] [OE. diken, dichen, AS. d[=i]cian to dike. See {Dike}.] 1. To surround or protect with a dike or dry bank; to secure with a bank. [1913 Webster] 2. To drain by a dike or ditch. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dike — dike1 [dīk] n. [ME < OE dic & ON diki, akin to DITCH, Du dijk, Ger deich < IE base * dhēigw , * dhīgw , to pierce, fasten > L figere, FIX] 1. [Now Brit. Dial.] a) a ditch or watercourse b) the bank of earth thrown up in digging a ditch …   English World dictionary

  • Dike (construction) — A dike (or dyke), levee, levée, embankment, floodbank or stopbank is a natural or artificial slope or wall, usually earthen and often parallels the course of a river. [ Citation | title=Levees and Other Raised Ground | author=Henry Petroski |… …   Wikipedia

  • dike — dike1 diker, n. /duyk/, n., v., diked, diking. n. 1. an embankment for controlling or holding back the waters of the sea or a river: They built a temporary dike of sandbags to keep the river from flooding the town. 2. a ditch. 3. a bank of earth… …   Universalium

  • dike — I or dyke I [[t]daɪk[/t]] n. v. diked, dik•ing 1) civ an embankment for controlling or holding back the waters of the sea or a river 2) civ ditch 3) civ a bank of earth formed of material being excavated 4) civ causeway 5) an obstacle; barrier 6) …   From formal English to slang

  • dike — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, probably from Old Norse dīk ditch and Middle Low German dīk dam; akin to Old English dīc ditch more at ditch Date: 13th century 1. an artificial watercourse ; ditch 2. a. a bank usually of earth constructed to… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dike — daɪk n. embankment constructed to control water, earthwork, rampart, canal v. build a dike; protect with an embankment; drain with a canal or ditch …   English contemporary dictionary

  • South Forty-foot drain — The South Forty foot Drain is the main channel for the land drainage of the Black Sluice Level in the Lincolnshire Fens. It lies in eastern England between Guthram Gowt, reference TF171225 and the Black Sluice on The Haven, at Boston.(1) The… …   Wikipedia

  • Soak dike — The term Soak dike is used in The Fens of eastern England to mean a ditch or drain running parallel with an embankment, for the purpose of taking any water that soaks through from the river or drain beyond the bank. In Lincolnshire, sock dyke was …   Wikipedia

  • gutter — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. curb, ditch, spillway, trough. See furrow. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A ditch] Syn. canal, runnel, gully, sewer, watercourse, channel, dike, drain, moat, fosse, trough; see also trench 1 . 2. [A drain for …   English dictionary for students

  • ditch — 1. noun she rescued a cat from the ditch Syn: trench, trough, channel, dike, drain, gutter, gully, watercourse, conduit; Archaeology fosse 2. verb 1) they started ditching the coastal areas Syn: dig a ditch in, trench …   Thesaurus of popular words


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