Cipolletti weir

noun Ci·pol·let·ti weir \¦chēpə¦letē-\

Definition of Cipolletti weir

  1. :  a weir that is trapezoidal in shape with the sides inclining outward from the base

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Origin and Etymology of cipolletti weir

after Cesare Cipolletti †1908 Italian civil engineer who designed it

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a trip made at another's expense

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