Vessel Vest

Vessels

Meanings and phrases

merchant vessels

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry; shipping; cargo ships; merchant marine
E.g.
  • Soon he rose to the rank of officer on merchant vessels.
  • In 1999 no merchant vessels were operating.
  • She also captured three American merchant vessels in 1813.

blood vessels

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E.g.
  • This phosphorylation can form new blood vessels.
  • There are no respiratory organs, heart or blood vessels.
  • It can also show the blood flow within the blood vessels.

other vessels

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E.g.
  • Often these objects did not look like other vessels.
  • Several other vessels also had to put back, and one or two were lost.
  • She was the lead ship of her class, which included five other vessels.

naval vessels

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E.g.
  • In January 2019 five of Fiji's naval vessels were operational.
  • Before the war with Russia, the Georgian navy had 19 naval vessels.
  • Japanese ship Fusō Two naval vessels of Japan have been named Fusō:

fishing vessels

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E.g.
  • The port has enough space for 100 fishing vessels".
  • The rest were on "Boston" and a couple of fishing vessels.
  • By November 15, 47 fishing vessels were still unaccounted for.

smaller vessels

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E.g.
  • However, some of the smaller vessels were unable to keep up.
  • There is a second pier for smaller vessels and support craft.
  • Other, smaller vessels, such as chalupas, have also been recovered from the waters.

patrol vessels

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E.g.
  • The ship resembles Chinese Haixun 01 patrol vessels.
  • Five Padma-class patrol vessels have been commissioned into the navy in 2013.
  • Khulna Shipyard is currently building five padma-class patrol vessels for the navy.

sailing vessels

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E.g.
  • Two sailing vessels were destroyed, and another one damaged.
  • Eventually, he served on various United States sailing vessels.
  • These appear to have been mostly sailing vessels, rather than oared.

small vessels

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E.g.
  • However, only small vessels can enter the harbour.
  • Used on small vessels for target indication and navigation.
  • The illusion was bolstered by a group of small vessels towing barrage balloons.

larger vessels

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E.g.
  • Its harbour slowly became clogged with silt and inaccessible to larger vessels.
  • Separate pieces of raised sheet were also riveted together to form larger vessels.
  • Two larger vessels, the corvette and the brig would engage the nearest British batteries.

enemy vessels

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E.g.
  • They were operate with a surface squadron and provide clearance of enemy vessels for it.
  • There was also the risk that it would allow enemy vessels to detect the presence of the ship.
  • They are frequently used as ladders for boarding enemy vessels or for disembarking the crew on shores.

both vessels

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E.g.
  • As a result, both vessels had drifted onto the shoal.
  • Two days later both vessels were able to enter Port Jackson.
  • It was poor lookout on both vessels.

large vessels

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E.g.
  • The turning area at Elbląg is diameter and a pilot is required for large vessels.
  • Three large vessels were launched that year by the names St. Vincent, St. Joseph and St. Raymond.
  • Cell fenders are best employed for small or large vessels where reaction force is an important criterion.

new vessels

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E.g.
  • The new vessels will become operational in 2022–2028.
  • Within the next two years, twelve new vessels were purchased or put under construction.
  • By 1931 VSPs were being fitted in new vessels on Lake Constance run by the German State Railways.

cargo vessels

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E.g.
  • The locks make the river navigable, even for large cargo vessels ( long).
  • This includes two petroleum tankers and four refrigerated cargo vessels (1999 estimates).
  • The initial twelve Atlantic Missile Range ships were modified World War II cargo vessels.

commercial vessels

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E.g.
  • The Inner Harbour is used by pleasure boats and commercial vessels.
  • Many commercial vessels were taken up from trade during both wars to act as depot ships.
  • For public and commercial vessels and vessels in distress, the bridge is opened as soon as possible.

vessels built

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E.g.
  • (This data does not include vessels built for the Bengal Pilot Service.)
  • , and the other nine maintenance escort vessels built in Canada for the Royal Navy each carried two RCLs.
  • These 31 m long vessels built by Vosper Ltd with a displacement of 96 tons had been in service since the 1960s.

number of vessels

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E.g.
  • Ports were battered and a large number of vessels were lost.
  • He was joined by an unrecorded number of vessels and warriors from Malindi.
  • Since she went down on a busy shipping lane, a number of vessels arrived to assist.

several vessels

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E.g.
  • On 9 March 1995, the Coast Guard sent several vessels to detain the Spanish fishing trawler "Estai".
  • The wine is poured from a single container into one or several vessels, and these are again shared around.
  • At nearby Hantsport, a major shipbuilding centre and port, Jackson readily found work as a sailor aboard several vessels.

surface vessels

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E.g.
  • Of the fleet of 29 surface vessels, only eight are operational major combatants (frigates).
  • Of the fleet of 66 surface vessels, eight are major combatant ships and they are based in Valparaíso.
  • The LCS is a class of relatively small surface vessels intended for operations in the littoral zone (close to shore).

vessels such

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E.g.
  • It is particularly noted in aluminium pressure vessels such as diving cylinders.
  • The French captured both pilot vessels such as , and large East Indiamen such as .
  • Some manufacturers specialize more in equipment for commercial vessels such as tankers and general cargo vessels.

all vessels

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E.g.
  • Troops embarked aboard all vessels except U.S.
  • During the Japanese Occupation of Singapore, all vessels of the Marine Police were confiscated by the Japanese forces.
  • It was employed for all vessels in the Faiyum A culture, in the Merimde culture, and probably also in the Badari culture.

pressure vessels

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • A firearm's chamber and barrel become pressure vessels for brief periods.
  • It is particularly noted in aluminium pressure vessels such as diving cylinders.
  • A major function is to act as pressure vessels, preventing over-expansion of the cell when water enters.
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