Definition of wet dock in English:

wet dock

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  • A dock in which water is maintained at a level at which a ship is able to float.
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    • The marina will have a wet dock and gallery with equipment and machines to carry out repair works.
    • Lexden Restorations plans to spend more than £300,000 restoring the wet dock and jetty at the site.
    • In Penzance try the Dolphin Inn on the wet dock, which has been used by mariners for more than 500 years.

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