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  • Spillage — (spr. āsche), Verlust an auf Schiffen beförderten Waren infolge mangelhafter Verpackung …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Spillage — (spr. ahsch ), der Verlust, den trockne Güter durch undichte Verpackung erleiden …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • spillage — 1934, from SPILL (Cf. spill) + AGE (Cf. age). Shakespeare used spilth that which has spilled, act of spilling (1607) …   Etymology dictionary

  • spillage — [spil′ij] n. the act of spilling or the amount spilled …   English World dictionary

  • Spillage — This page is about a manufacturing term. For the British audio recording term, see leakage. Spillage is the loss of production output due to production of a series of defective or unacceptable products which must be rejected. Spillage is an often …   Wikipedia

  • spillage — [[t]spɪ̱lɪʤ[/t]] spillages N VAR If there is a spillage, a substance such as oil escapes from its container. Spillage is also used to refer to the substance that escapes. ...an oil spillage off the coast of Texas. ...an accident in the workplace… …   English dictionary

  • spillage — UK [ˈspɪlɪdʒ] / US noun Word forms spillage : singular spillage plural spillages 1) [uncountable] the act of spilling something the risk of oil spillage 2) [countable/uncountable] an amount of a substance that has been spilled a chemical spillage …   English dictionary

  • spillage — spill|age [ spılıdʒ ] noun 1. ) uncount the act of spilling something: the risk of oil spillage 2. ) count or uncount an amount of a substance that has been spilled: a chemical spillage …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • spillage — noun Spillage is used after these nouns: ↑oil …   Collocations dictionary

  • spillage — /ˈspɪlɪdʒ / (say spilij) noun 1. an act of spilling. 2. that which has been spilled: a great spillage of oil. {spill1 + age} …  

  • spillage — Ⅰ. spill [1] ► VERB (past and past part. spilt or spilled) 1) flow or cause to flow over the edge of a container. 2) move or empty out from a place. 3) informal reveal (confidential information). ► NOUN …   English terms dictionary

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