bilges in Vietnamese

danh từ
1. đáy tàu
2. (cũng bilge-water) nước bẩn ở đáy tàu
3. bụng (thùng rượu...)
4. (thông tục) chuyện nhảm nhí, chuyện bậy bạ

ngoại động từ
làm thủng đáy (tàu thuyền)

nội động từ
phình ra, phồng ra

Sentence patterns related to "bilges"

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1. Bilges Bilges can be a major source of pollution in marinas

2. You, check the bilges.

Cậu kia, kiểm tra hầm tàu.

3. 1 word related to Bilges: bilge

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5. Seepage accumulated in Bilges. Slang. bilge …

6. Synonyms for Bilges in Free Thesaurus

7. Seepage accumulated in Bilges. Slang. Bilge …

8. Bilges is a serif font with balanced curves

9. Definition of Bilges in the dictionary

10. Bilges is a serif font with balanced curves

11. What does Bilges mean? Plural form of bilge

12. Bilges are upper and smaller serif fonts with balanced curves

13. Bilges is an upper and lowercase Display font with balanced curves

14. Figures 3.7B – Frazil ice accumulation in bilges due to strainer cleaning 17

15. Bilges : English Russian Common Words Pro Dictionary translates words, phrases, idioms and sentences.

16. Bilges become contaminated with oil during the normal course of operations

17. The official company name is Hans-Erich-Bilges -Publizistisches Büro-

18. (A large quantity of ice and water can easily accumulate in engine-room bilges).

19. 23 He saw through the cabins, the holds and the ballast bilges.

20. Bilge level alarms must be fitted to the Bilges in the machinery space

21. Wet Bilges will inevitably allow water to saturate the stringer causing structural loss

22. Bards of the Bilges, February 15, 2020 -- Kate Patin, Susan Ives, Claire Marquette

23. He saw through the cabins[sentencedict .com], the holds and the ballast bilges.

24. Bilges in engine rooms and compartments must be ventilated by fans and open vents

25. 3 The bilges had been pumped and the ship was ready to set sail once again.

26. For today’s Bilges, a New Normal comes to the rescue, to be evidenced below

27. ‘Salt water and wet Bilges will expedite the deterioration, although 10-15 years is a reasonable life expectancy.’ ‘Blaming their own ignorance, they recount how in the past they would pump oil overboard or let oil collect in their boat's Bilges.’ ‘The cause of Sunday's fire was traced to an electrical fault in the Bilges

28. Wet Bilges can create high levels of humidity, which results in a strong and unpleasant odor

29. Next time I see a chief engineer crawling around the Bilges will be the first time.

30. 20 Gallons of sea water had rushed into the cabin and were now swilling about in the bilges.

31. Bilge definition: The Bilge or the Bilges are the flat bottom part of a ship or boat

32. Bilge definition: The bilge or the Bilges are the flat bottom part of a ship or boat

33. STAFF PHOTO BY DANIEL ERATH; Buy Now-- The Southern Yacht Club held its annual Bards of the Bilges Ball

34. They take up a lot of room, and therefore are not suitable for the majority of engine rooms, Bilges and sumps

35. 22 And beneath his feet Hencke could hear the terrifying noise of water beginning to slop its way through the bilges.

36. Bilge (countable and uncountable, plural Bilges) (nautical) The rounded portion of a ship 's hull, forming a transition between the bottom and the sides

37. Also Bilges. (in a hull with a double bottom) an enclosed area between frames at each side of the floors, where seepage collects

38. (a) When more than 12 nautical miles from the nearest land, any discharge of oil or oily mixtures into the sea from a ship other than an oil tanker or from machinery space Bilges of an oil tanker is prohibited except when all of the following conditions are satisfied - (1) The oil or oily mixture does not originate from cargo pump room Bilges;

39. Throughout the evening and night, the two engineers made hourly trips into the engine room to check the Bilges for water, but none was detected

40. Bilge (third-person singular simple present bilges, present participle bilging, simple past and past participle Bilged) (nautical, intransitive) To spring a leak in the bilge

41. Every ship has ‘Bilges’ – this is space at the lowest point of the vessel between the floor of the engine room and the bottom of the ship

42. It provides a long-lasting, rock-hard, glossy finish that's resistant to all the nasty things that can plague not only Bilges, but engine rooms, bulkheads, chain …

43. Publizistische Büro Bilges based in Berlin is registered in the Creditreform company database with the business activity 'Activities of own-account journalists and press photographers'

44. Cargo residues from Bilges can enter the bottom of sounding pipes and block them making them unusable in order to obtain appropriate soundings through sounding rods, lines etc

45. The hull of the Allures 39.9, quite obviously, is unpainted aluminum, although with round bilges rather than hard chines, as is more commonly seen on similar boats such as the once ubiquitous Alubat

46. Bilges Name Meaning Historically, surnames evolved as a way to sort people into groups - by occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics (like red hair)

47. When was the last time you visited your bilge? Probably not recently: Most of us ignore our Bilges, even though they’re always right underfoot, but bilge TLC should be a regular maintenance item.

48. The major uses of the system, are for clearing water and oil which accumulates in machinery space Bilges as the result of leakage or draining, and when washing down dry cargo holds

49. Bilge noun (SHIP) [ C usually plural ] the bottom inside part of a ship where dirty water collects: The Bilges had been pumped and the ship was ready to set sail once again.

50. Bilges: 1 n in a vessel with two hulls, an enclosed area between the frames at each side Type of: bilge where the sides of the vessel curve in to form the bottom