Definition of cranage in English:

cranage

Line breaks: cran¦age
Pronunciation: /ˈkreɪnɪdʒ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1The use of a crane or cranes: [as modifier]: excellent cranage facilities
    More example sentences
    • Although the weather conditions were unpleasant, the berth was well sheltered and there was excellent access for all cranage and lorries.
    • Expensive new cranage would be required, since the existing cranes were incapable of reaching the unloading rates acceptable for larger ships.
    • The company has quit the warehousing, cranage and stevedoring industry and there are now seven crane firms operating at the port.
  • 1.1Fees paid for using a crane or cranes.

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