Noun(1) a transverse and totally enclosed drain under a road or railway
(1) A nearby culvert , meant to carry away the sewage, is totally damaged.(2) What appears to be the problem to us is the size of a culvert underneath the road into the ornamental pond.(3) A culvert stabilized with snow was the first structure tested for small streams.(4) There are also plans to dig a culvert to carry water if the drainage ditch is full but he doubted there was enough room to dig one within the width of the road.(5) Of course, if I got my planning permission, I'd have to divert yon beck and culvert it away from your place.(6) It is asphalted and the gradient runs south to north up to the village temple, except near the village pond where a culvert has raised the road surface, upsetting the natural gradient.(7) The project also required construction of a 29.5-foot fill over an old concrete box culvert .(8) A culvert has also been opened up below one set of steps and all it would take is for one child to trip and fall head first into it.(9) Talking to the engineers, environmentalists and politicians responsible, I realised that here, where council engineers want to culvert more of it, we are ten years behind the times.(10) The South Fork of the Elkhorn River goes under the road in a culvert .(11) Variables considered in the analysis were culvert size, location, and wall thickness.(12) These criminal acts will retard progress and push up costs of building the road as the demolished culverts will have to be replaced.(13) The river is now culverted beneath the largely Victorian town.(14) She has happy recollections of childhood life in the area and the freedom to roam before rivers were culverted and open land was developed.(15) Aggravating the problems is a pair of culverts through Provincial Road 205, which have been set at the wrong level.(16) But since the city wants to use water diverted from Bradford Beck - which is culverted under the city centre - experts have been working on ways of making sure the river's quality is up to scratch.
(1) box culvert :: blwch cwlfert
1. channel ::
2. conduit ::
3. watercourse ::
4. trough ::
5. drain ::
6. gutter ::
7. ditch ::
Different Formsculvert, culverts
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