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waterlogged

(of a vessel still afloat) having taken in so much water as to be unmanageable
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In Dhaka, office-goers and school students faced hardship in the early morning for lack of transport and waterlogging in some areas.
Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India] Aug 15 ( ANI ): Overnight rains in Bengaluru have resulted in severe waterlogging in many areas, especially in southern and eastern parts, as the city witnessed record breaking rains.
Waterlogging tolerance capabilities varied between materials, but generally, waterlogging tolerant plants showed less genotype reduction.
7 billion investment in stormwater drainage pumps, drainage pipe clearing and other measures to reduce waterlogging in every ward within 12 hours, in addition to the improvements in the drainage infrastructure proposed in Dhaka s Detailed Area Plan and Sewerage Master Plan and Narayanganj City Corporation s Concept Vision Plan.
Over 30 cases of waterlogging were reported in areas falling under the North Delhi Municipal Corporation ( NDMC), the civic body said.
Kolkata mayor chairman Sovan Chatterjee however denied incidences of waterlogging in various parts of the city and claimed the reports were fabricated by a section of the media.
Excessive waterlogging in the middle of the summer is dramatically more harmful.
Waterlogging put paid to Widnes Vikings FC''s game at Atherton LR.
Waterlogging a distinct possibility as snow melts and rain continues THURSDAY Lingfield (aw) No problems Towcester Heavy.
The production of durum wheat is adversely affected by waterlogging in irrigated, heavy clay soils or Vertisols of Eastern and Central Africa, including the central highlands of Ethiopia (Tesemma et al.
They like fertile, well-drained soil and won't survive the winter in waterlogged conditions, so make sure you dig in plenty of garden compost before planting to improve the soil's ability to hold water without waterlogging.
TODAY'S meeting at Chepstow is subject to a precautionary inspection at 8am due to the threat of waterlogging.