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Definition of “leakage” - Learner’s Dictionary

leakage

noun [U]     /ˈliːkɪdʒ/
the problem of a liquid or gas coming out of something when it should not: Water companies have been told that they must reduce leakage.Plumbing and pipes and sewageMovement of liquids
Translations of “leakage”
in Chinese (Traditional) 液體或氣體, 洩漏, 滲漏…
in Russian утечка, протечка…
in Turkish akıntı, sızıntı, kaçırma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 液体或气体, 泄漏, 渗漏…
in Polish przeciekanie, wyciekanie…
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