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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspillagespil‧lage /ˈspɪlɪdʒ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  POURa spill2(1)
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spillageIn well ventilated theatres it is unlikely that any colour change will occur unless accidental spillage should take place.Spoon the marinade equally over each one, holding up the edges of the foil to avoid any spillage.The simulation involved a chemical spillage - in reality blue-tinted water - during the unloading of a tanker.A special anti-foam additive also gives a more complete fill-up with less spillage, and a deodorant reduces smell.Walkers on the banks of the River Tees first spotted the oil spillage.The tricky part is tipping the ski at the right angle so all six people drink at the same time without spillage.
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