dry dockage

dry-dockage

[drahy-dok-ij]
noun
1.
the act or fact of placing a ship in a dry dock.
2.
a charge for repairs in a dry dock: Dry-dockage is the largest item in the ship's maintenance.

Origin:
dry-dock + -age

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