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catchwater

[′kach‚wȯd·ər]
(civil engineering)
A ditch for catching water on sloping land.
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Many of the local catchwaters and conduits are well known to walkers, but this is one you perhaps won't have done before.
Tenders are invited for Repairing Catchwater Drain And Supplying And Spreading Murrum On Approach Rood To Saddle At Dantiwada Dam Site.
Saturday September 26 The Hidden Catchwater - A 10 mile ' medium/hard walk.
Tenders are invited for Proposed Civil Works For Removal Of Iron Ore And Silt/Earth Connected Works, CC Blocks At Level Crossings & Repairs To NMDC-Kirandul Siding By Providing RCC Drain/Side Drains, Construction Of Pavement And RCC Box Below The Railway Track And Cess Repairs, Catchwater Drains,Store Yard/Godown, Under Asst.
Tunnels were built under each carriageway to maintain the water authority catchwater and also provide access to the farm and its flock of sheep.