Definition of dockage in English:

dockage

Syllabification: dock·age
Pronunciation: /ˈdäkij
 
/

noun

1Accommodation or berthing of ships at docks.
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  • Also I get about two calls per day requesting long-term marina dockage for the coming season, all of which I must turn away as we are fully booked.
  • The resort maintains 70 moorings, deep draft dockage, and is the venue for a number of rendezvous throughout the year.
  • Never mind that the 100-slip Yacht Basin offers the only deepwater dockage on Canyon Ferry, despite wide fluctuations in the lake levels.
1.1The charge made for using docks.
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  • The defendant also was responsible for the dockage, insurance and repairs to the boat.

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