Definition of draw-off in English:


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(also draw-off pipe)


  • A pipe which takes water from the plumbing system to a tap or other points of use.
    More example sentences
    • We are not as well-placed in regard to fresh water, despite putting considerable efforts into improving water quality, and assessing the sustainable draw-offs from ground and underground water.

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