Tonnage

The amount of waste that a landfill accepts, usually expressed in tons per month. The rate at which a landfill accepts waste is limited by the landfill's permit.
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tonnage

[n] - a tax imposed on ships that enter the US
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Tonnage

Ton'nage noun [ From Ton a measure.] 1. The weight of goods carried in a boat or a ship. 2. The cubical content or burden of a vessel, or vessels, in tons; or, the amount of weight which one or several vessels may carry. See Ton , noun (b)...
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tonnage

tunnage noun a tax imposed on ships that enter the US; based on the tonnage of the ship
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Tonnage

• (n.) The whole amount of shipping estimated by tons; as, the tonnage of the United States. See Ton. • (n.) The cubical content or burden of a vessel, or vessels, in tons; or, the amount of weight which one or several vessels may carry. See Ton, n. (b). • (n.) The weight of goods carried in a boat or a ship. • (n.) A duty or im...
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tonnage

in shipping, the total number of tons registered or carried, or the total carrying capacity.[1 related articles]
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TONNAGE

Deadweight, gross, net, displacement.
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TONNAGE

A quantity of cargo normally expressed as a number of tons.
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Tonnage

Tonnage is a measure of the cargo-carrying capacity of a ship. The term derives from the taxation paid on tuns or casks of wine, and was later used in reference to the weight of a ship`s cargo; however, in modern maritime usage, `tonnage` specifically refers to a calculation of the volume or cargo volume of a ship. Tonnage should not be confuse......
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TONNAGE

A quantity of cargo normally expressed as a number of tons.
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TONNAGE

Deadweight, gross, net, displacement.
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Tonnage

The quantity of ore making up an ore body, or the rate at which ore is extracted.
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