Drainage vs. Gutter

Drainage vs. Gutter — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Drainage and Gutter

Drainagenoun

A natural or artificial removal of surface and sub-surface water from a given area.

Gutternoun

A prepared channel in a surface, especially at the side of a road adjacent to a curb, intended for the drainage of water.

Drainagenoun

A system of drains.

Gutternoun

A ditch along the side of a road.

Drainagenoun

emptying accomplished by draining

Gutternoun

A duct or channel beneath the eaves of a building to carry rain water; eavestrough.

The gutters must be cleared of leaves a few times a year.
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Gutternoun

(bowling) A groove down the sides of a bowling lane.

Gutternoun

A large groove (commonly behind animals) in a barn used for the collection and removal of animal excrement.

Gutternoun

Any narrow channel or groove, such as one formed by erosion in the vent of a gun from repeated firing.

Gutternoun

(typography) A space between printed columns of text.

Gutternoun

(printing) One of a number of pieces of wood or metal, grooved in the centre, used to separate the pages of type in a form.

Gutternoun

(philately) An unprinted space between rows of stamps.

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Gutternoun

(British) A drainage channel.

Gutternoun

The notional locus of things, acts, or events which are distasteful, ill bred or morally questionable.

Gutternoun

(figuratively) A low, vulgar state.

Get your mind out of the gutter.What kind of gutter language is that? I ought to wash your mouth out with soap.

Gutternoun

(comics) The spaces between comic book panels

Gutternoun

One who or that which guts.

Gutterverb

To flow or stream; to form gutters.

Gutterverb

(of a candle) To melt away by having the molten wax run down along the side of the candle.

Gutterverb

(of a small flame) To flicker as if about to be extinguished.

Gutterverb

(transitive) To send (a bowling ball) into the gutter, not hitting any pins.

Gutterverb

(transitive) To supply with a gutter or gutters.

Gutterverb

(transitive) To cut or form into small longitudinal hollows; to channel.

Gutternoun

a channel along the eaves or on the roof; collects and carries away rainwater

Gutternoun

misfortune resulting in lost effort or money;

his career was in the gutterall that work went down the sewerpensions are in the toilet

Gutternoun

a worker who guts things (fish or buildings or cars etc.)

Gutternoun

a tool for gutting fish

Gutterverb

burn unsteadily, feebly, or low; flicker;

The cooling lava continued to gutter toward lower ground

Gutterverb

flow in small streams;

Tears guttered down her face

Gutterverb

wear or cut gutters into;

The heavy rain guttered the soil

Gutterverb

provide with gutters;

gutter the buildings