潜水艦, サブマリン, サブ
Noun(1) a submersible warship usually armed with torpedoes(2) a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments
Verb(1) move forward or under in a sliding motion(2) throw with an underhand motion(3) bring down with a blow to the legs(4) control a submarine(5) attack by submarine
Adjective(1) beneath the surface of the sea
(1) Communications with the main land, which had been a problem, were vastly improved when a start was made to connect the island with Normanville via submarine cable.(2) Fixed surface platforms, submarine power cables and underwater tanks are all existing technology.(3) These depocentres contain thick upper Maureen, Eista and Forties sands deposited in laterally extensive submarine fan systems with widespread confined channelling.(4) The predominant feature of the shoreline is the rocky cliffs, extending under water to encompass a lush kelp forest, submarine reefs and offshore seamounts.(5) Oceanic crust is thus created from the mantle at the crest of the mid-ocean ridge system, a volcanic submarine rise.(6) The submarine is equipped with a Kollmorgen search-and-attack periscope.(7) A system of submarine canyons developed on the slope during the Oligocene.(8) Right now, these vertically integrated dinosaurs make everything from hard-disk drives to submarine cables.(9) It was the view of the committee that, in these instances, the incidents had likely involved the fouling of submarine telecommunication cables or associated debris.(10) For a number of years the colonies had talked about a connection with Europe via a submarine cable which could be landed at Perth, Darwin or somewhere on the Queensland coast.(11) nuclear submarine(12) Since the 1960s, the submarine armed with nuclear missiles has become the single most potent embodiment of sea power.(13) And yet echo-sounding maps of submarine topography continued to accumulate.(14) Pilot whales can often be spotted resting in large pods at the ocean surface, yet very little is known about the submarine behavior of these deep-sea hunters.(15) Mr Big Shot strolling along the busy conjunction junction of Raffles Place, munching away at a submarine filled to the brim with fresh ingredients as recommended by a particular doctor and his friendly companions.(16) Other uses are found in agriculture and cable wrappings, including submarine cables.
(1) submarine :: 潜水艦
1. undersea ::
2. sub ::
3. pigboat ::
antisubmarine, submarine, submarines
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