Noun(1) water accumulated in the bilge of a ship(2) where the sides of the vessel curve in to form the bottom
Verb(1) cause to leak(2) take in water at the bilge
(1) I did manage to salvage quite a few of the ideas but tossed about 40,000 words of total bilge .(2) Gasoline in the bilge is extremely dangerous as staring the engine can cause an explosion or fire.(3) Further down in the bilge , however, no material, not even mighty bronze, is impervious to the marine environment.(4) The grid is bonded to the hull throughout the bilge .(5) Eagle-eyed readers have spotted that this post is complete bilge .(6) I am by no means a pop music fan but in the run-up to Christmas it seems the army of plebs who buy this bilge lose any last remnant of taste and self-respect they ever had.(7) As a regular visitor to Edinburgh, residing at my club in the city, I was horrified by the contents of this anti-French bilge in your newspaper.(8) The 55m patrol vessel uses a steel monohull with a round bilge semi-displacement hull, incorporating very fine V-shaped frames in the forward sections.(9) Which makes me wonder - are we turning into a country with no need for newspapers, or are we just turned off by their miserable diet of meanness, lightened with bilge about ever-less famous celebrities?(10) The hull shape is of a round bilge construction with bulbous bow and sterns keg, flared stem and transom stern.(11) romantic bilge dreamed up by journalists(12) I can't believe there is someone getting around calling himself Reverend espousing such vile bilge .(13) Plans and frame patterns available for building the Spray 22 in round bilge fiberglass, multi chine steel or multi chine plywood.(14) We stopped the engine, replaced the hose and pumped the bilge , all the while explaining to the guests that this was a perfectly normal type of running maintenance, something you do almost every day.(15) This is ignored, and he remarks bitterly, in what is probably the best Charters and Caldicott line ever, ├ö├ç├┐Waste of time, having all this bilge in the passport!├ö├ç├û(16) The engine is low in the bilge yet there is excellent access for routine maintenance.
(1) bilge water :: ビルジ
1. bilge water ::
2. take in water ::
Different Formsbilge, bilges
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