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Type: Term Pronunciation: drān′ăj Definitions: 1. Withdrawal of fluids from a wound or other cavity.
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How water moves through the soil. A real important factor for most plants and gardens. In general water should move through the soil whether in a garden or in a container somewhat easily. If there is standing water create better drainage by adding non-porous material.
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Improving the productivity of agricultural land by removing excess water from the soil by such means as ditches or subsurface drainage tiles.
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Drain'age noun 1.
A draining; a gradual flowing off of any liquid; also, that which flows out of a drain. 2.
The mode in which the waters of a country pass off by its streams and rivers. 3. (Engineering)
The system of drains and their operation, by which superfluous wate
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<surgery> The systematic withdrawal of fluids and discharges from a wound, sore or cavity. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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(drān´әj) systematic withdrawal of fluids and discharges from a wound, sore, or cavity.
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• (n.) The mode in which the waters of a country pass off by its streams and rivers. • (n.) The system of drains and their operation, by which superfluous water is removed from towns, railway beds, mines, and other works. • (n.) The act, process, or means of drawing off the pus or fluids from a wound, abscess, etc. • (n.) Area o
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in agriculture, the artificial removal of water from land; drainage is employed in the reclamation of wetlands, in the prevention of erosion, and as ... [6 related articles]
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the systematic withdrawal of fluids and discharges from a wound, sore or cavity.
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Drainage is the natural or artificial removal of surface and sub-surface water from an area. Many agricultural soils need drainage to improve production or to manage water supplies. ==History== ===Early history=== The ancient Indus systems of sewerage and drainage that were developed and used in cities throughout the civilization were far more adv
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The process of removing surplus ground or surface water either by artificial means or by gravity flow.
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Conduction of electric current from an underground metallic structure by means of a metallic conductor. Forced drainage is that applied to underground metallic structures by means of an applied electromotive force or sacrificial anode. Natural drainage is that from an underground structure to a more negative (more anodic) structure, such as the neg
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The interception and removal of water from, on, or under an area or roadway; the process of removing surplus ground or surface water artificially; a general term for gravity flow of liquids in conduits.
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drainage, in agriculture, the removal of excess water from the soil, either by a system of surface ditches, or by underground conduits if required by soil conditions and land contour. Diesel or centrifugal pumps are sometimes used to drain large areas. Drainage was practiced in the Nile basin c.400 ...
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drainage, in mining, removal of water seeping into shafts and other underground mine workings from the surrounding ground. Unless seeping water is removed continually, it may endanger haulage and mining equipment, weaken supporting structures, and, in some instances, flood the mine completely. Water...
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the process of eliminating toxic wastes, even at a deep cellular level, out of the body via the main eliminative channels
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In medicine, drainage refers to the removal of fluids from a body. Examples include thoracentesis and incision and drainage. ...
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An area (basin) mostly bounded by ridges or other similar topographic features, encompassing part, most, or all of a watershed and enclosing some 5,000 acres.
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(water management) that part of irrigation or rainfall that runs off an area or is lost to deep percolation.
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Improving the productivity of agricultural land by removing excess water from the soil by such means
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The movement of water through the soil.
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Movement of water away from the surface of a garden either down into the soil or by flow across the surface.
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