dredger definition

  • noun:
    • A dredging machine.
    • Nautical A barge or watercraft built with a dredge.
    • A container with a perforated top employed for coating meals with a powder, eg flour or sugar.
    • A vessel prepared when it comes to elimination of sand or deposit through the seabed.
    • a container with a perforated top used for scattering sugar or flour
    • a person who fishes with a dredge.
    • A dredging device.
    • A box with holes with its cover; -- employed for sprinkling flour, as on beef or a breadboard; -- called additionally dredging package, drudger, and drudging field.
    • person who works closely with or makes use of a dredge.
    • A boat or vessel used in dredging.
    • A dredging-machine.
    • A dredging-box.
    • a barge (or a vessel resembling a barge) that is used for dredging

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