from The Century Dictionary.

  • In engineering, a term applied to a method of tunnel construction in which those portions which approach the surface are made by cutting down from above (instead of boring horizontally) and filling in with the excavated earth when the cut has been properly lined and roofed over.
  • noun The cut-and-cover method of tunnel construction.


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