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Meanings and phrases
- a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board; cabin cruiser; pleasure boat; pleasure craft
- a car in which policemen cruise the streets; equipped with radiotelephonic communications to headquarters; police cruiser; patrol car; police car; prowl car; squad car
- a large fast warship; smaller than a battleship and larger than a destroyer
- a cruiser of maximum speed and firepower
- a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board; cruiser; pleasure boat; pleasure craft
- a car in which policemen cruise the streets; equipped with radiotelephonic communications to headquarters; cruiser; patrol car; police car; prowl car; squad car
- Hood's flagship disabled the light cruiser shortly after 17:56.
- These ships were escorted by a light cruiser and five destroyers.
- At 11:25, the light cruiser "Southampton" sighted enemy ships ahead.
- In November the new heavy cruiser joined the unit.
- A German destroyer was lost and a heavy cruiser damaged.
- The cruiser force lost one heavy cruiser sunk and one damaged.
- He then embarked on the armored cruiser Azuma.
- On 24 October, he was transferred to the armored cruiser Izumo.
- In 1920 she underwent a reconstruction in France, along with the armored cruiser .
- He fought in the Spanish–American War as captain of the protected cruiser .
- The first protected cruiser was the Chilean ship "Esmeralda", launched in 1883.
- Leaving the board, Cooper received command of the protected cruiser on 18 July 1894.
- He served on cruisers during the next five years, including , the auxiliary cruiser , , and .
- The auxiliary cruiser was a merchant ship hastily armed with small guns on the outbreak of war.
- She was handed over by "Júpiter" to the auxiliary cruiser "Ciudad de Palma", which escorted the captured merchantman to Ferrol.
- However, the viability of the armoured cruiser was already in doubt.
- HMS Nelson (1876) HMS "Nelson" was a armoured cruiser built for the Royal Navy in the 1870s.
- British vessels were sent to the Bight of Bonny in preparation for these landings, including the armoured cruiser "Cumberland".
- During World War I, "Principe Umberto" served as an armed merchant cruiser.
- "Prince Henry" underwent conversion to an armed merchant cruiser at Montreal.
- Two of the German vessels left Callao on 1 April and the armed merchant cruiser moved to intercept.