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Synonyms for ditch

leave

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to let go or get rid of as being useless or defective, for example

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a long narrow excavation in the earth

any small natural waterway

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forsake

sever all ties with, usually unceremoniously or irresponsibly

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make an emergency landing on water

crash or crash-land

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cut a trench in, as for drainage

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flush duct dyke slopes installation (sectioned PVC pipe of 300 mm) on concrete base 180 m, leachate arrangement inflow consents on outfall ditches and slopes 45 pcs.
The town was enclosed by double banks and ditches to protect it from Prince of Wales Llewelyn ap Gruffydd's troops.
After a seven-year-old Emirati boy and a compatriot youth drowned in a ditch filled with rainwater in Fujairah earlier this month, the Fujairah Municipality Director has issued orders to fill up other such dangerous ditches and wells.
Moore, who works at the ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory in Oxford, Mississippi, has been wading through edge of-field drainage ditches since he was a boy planting rice on his family's farm in Arkansas.
For ditches, the widest part is at the top, and the narrowest is at the bottom.
Volunteers cleaning the ditches placed all recyclables in Greenstar's purple recycling carts.
Cut over centuries to provide more land for farming and grouse shooting, the ditches are now blamed for releasing carbon and contributing to lowland flooding.
United's youth team director Brian McClair told the club magazine: "It's a single track road with ditches on either side.
You can find erosion ditches nearly everywhere, and they influence deer movement in a very predictable way.
You'll be subjecting yourself to more Bertlemans, laybacks, and carves than you would normally witness in any given time period, but there's something sacred about riding ditches that makes your face contort into a smile and brings out the dork in you.
Dark Green Bulrush, Green Bulrush; Roadside ditches and meadow; Common; C = 4; BSUH 14928.
Last week I was bird-watching in the open area to the west of Adhari, checking the few small ditches that survive for birds and checking the open area for breeding Kentish plover and crested larks.
While pit and post cursuses in the Scottish lowlands probably date to the centuries between 4000 and 3600 BC, cursus monuments defined by banks and ditches are more likely to have been constructed between 3600 and 3000 BC (Barclay & Bayliss 1999: 29; Thomas 2006).
The numerous ditches and bumps have made Jeddah a global city.
Acequia, or irrigation ditch associations of Taos, Rio Arriba, Mora, and other northern New Mexico counties offer a viable alternative plan; every spring, people gather to clean the ditches and irrigate fields and gardens with the water that runs through them.