1. the act of hauling something (as a vehicle) by means of a hitch or rope
    the truck gave him a tow to the garage
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How To Use towage In A Sentence

  • There are never enough stowage areas in cars, but this new model does provide quite a few including a tray, albeit an extremely shallow one, under the front passenger seat.
  • In The Robert Dixon 5 PD 54, a tug failed to recover salvage remuneration when she had carelessly towed a vessel too close a lee shore and, following failure of the towage connection, had to embark on a rescue of the tow.
  • A garage submitted an invoice to the car owner's insurance company for a towage fee of €300 for bringing the car from the scene of the accident to the garage.
  • An Orkney Towage tug carried out a long-distance tow this week, towing a broken-down Dutch coaster to Invergordon.
  • Alternate entry guides to be arranged at different heights in order to facilitate stowage of containers.
  • You could easily cover long journeys in the car and the surprisingly spacious trunk would provide plenty of stowage.
  • There are plenty more stowage points dotted around the car, including glove box, front door pockets, cup and bottle holders, and a special slide out shelf beneath the front seats.
  • Another worthwhile detail is the large stowage box under the front passenger seat, which you can access by tilting the hinged seat base forward.
  • The barge was being towed by a tug registered in Azerbaijan and owned by C on time charter to U. The towage contract between B and U contained an EJC to the English Court.
  • Meanwhile, parts of the hangar and flight deck aft were used as stowage areas for Royal Marines equipment.
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