DREDGE

To sprinkle or coat with flour or other fine substance.

Dredge

• (n.) Any instrument used to gather or take by dragging; as: (a) A dragnet for taking up oysters, etc., from their beds. (b) A dredging machine. (c) An iron frame, with a fine net attached, used in collecting animals living at the bottom of the sea. • (v. t.) To sift or sprinkle flour, etc., on, as on roasting meat. • (n.) Very fine...
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dredge

(from the article `commercial fishing`) Dredges and trawls are of great importance in commercial sea fisheries. Dredges are generally used in shallow water by small vessels, although a ...
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dredge

(noun) A waterborne machine that removes unwanted silt accumulations from the bottom of a waterway. (verb) The process of removing sediment from harbor or river bottoms for safety purposes and to allow for deeper vessels.
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dredge

1. Any instrument used to gather or take by dragging; as: A dragnet for taking up oysters, etc, from their beds. A dredging machine. An iron frame, with a fine net attached, used in collecting animals living at the bottom of the sea. ... 2. <chemical> Very fine mineral matter held in suspension in water. ... Origin: F. Drege, dreige, fish net...
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dredge

noun a power shovel to remove material from a channel or riverbed
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Dredge

Dredge (drĕj) noun [ French drège , dreige , fish net, from a word akin to English draw ; confer Dutch dreg , dregge , small anchor, dreg net dragnet. √73. See Draw .] 1. Any instrument used to gather or take by dragging; as: ...
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Dredge

Dredge noun [ Middle English dragge , French dragée , dredge, also, sugar plum; confer Prov. dragea , Italian treggea ; corrupted from Late Latin tragemata , plural, sweetmeats, Greek ..., from ... to gnaw.] A mixture of oats and barley. [ Obsolete] Kersey.
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Dredge

Dredge transitive verb To sift or sprinkle flour, etc., on, as on roasting meat. Beau. & Fl. Dredging box . (a) Same as 2d Dredger . (b) (Gun.) A copper box with a perforated lid; -- used for sprinkling meal powder over shell fuses. F...
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Dredge

A common piece of mining equipment, the dredge sucks up dirt and gravel from within a stream bed by the use of water pressure.
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Dredge

a machine, operated by some form of power, usually mounted on a flat-bottomed hull equipped to dig, process and dispose of alluvial or other placer gravels from the bottom of rivers or other bodies of water.
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dredge

A net attached to a frame that's dragged along the ocean floor to collect animals.
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Dredge

Alluvial deposits, notably of tin, are often mined by dredges which float on artificial or natural shallow waters (pond), dredge up the mineral and concentrate it on board with spirals, shaking tables etc. Dredging in front of the dredge and depositing tailings behind it moves the pond across the deposit.
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Dredge

Alluvial deposits, notably of tin, are often mined by dredges which float on artificial or natural shallow waters (pond), dredge up the mineral and concentrate it on board with spirals, shaking tables etc. Dredging in front of the dredge and depositing tailings behind it moves the pond across the deposit.
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Dredge

an action that lightly coats food that is going to be pan fried or saut
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Dredge

An apparatus used in the removal of substrate usually to deepen water passages.
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Dredge

Coat or sprinkle lightly with flour, sugar, etc.
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Dredge

Completely coating in flour and shaking off the excess.
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dredge

large floating device for underwater excavation. Dredging has four principal objectives: (1) to develop and maintain greater depths than naturally ... [6 related articles]
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Dredge

This ability is written Dredge X. Any time a player would draw a card, if a card with dredge is in his or her graveyard, the player may instead put the top X cards of his or her library into the graveyard and return the card with dredge to his or her hand. A player can't do this if there are fewer than X cards in his or her library. Dredge appears ...
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Dredge

To coat meat with a dry mixture such as flour, bread or cracker crumbs.
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Dredge

To coat with dry ingredients such as flour or bread crumbs.
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dredge

To lightly coat food that is going to be fried with flour, breadcrumbs, or cornmeal. The coating helps to brown the food and provides a crunchy surface. Dredged foods need to be cooked immediately. Breaded foods (those dredged in flour, dipped in egg then dredged again in breading) can be prepared and held before cooking.
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Dredge

To sprinkle lightly and evenly with sugar or flour. A dredger has holes pierced on the lid to sprinkle evenly.
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dredge

To sprinkle or coat with flour or other fine substance.
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