warship

[n] - a government ship that is available for waging war
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warship

Fighting ship armed and crewed for war. The supremacy of the battleship at the beginning of the 20th century was rivalled during World War I by the development of submarine attack, and was rendered...
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warship

war vessel noun a government ship that is available for waging war
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warship

(from the article `ship`) The basic functions of the warship and cargo ship determined their design. Because fighting ships required speed, adequate space for substantial ... ...remained little space to carry the volume of goods required by a trader. What resulted was the convoy, under which merchantmen would be protected ... ...Admi...
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warship

warship, any ship built or armed for naval combat. The forerunners of the modern warship were the men-of-war of the 18th and early 19th cent., such as the ship of the line, frigate, corvette, sloop of war (see sloop), brig, and cutter. With the advent of steel construction and steam propulsion in th...
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warship

Fighting ship armed and crewed for war. The supremacy of the battleship at the beginning of the 20th century was rivalled during World War I by the development of submarine attack, and was rendered obsolescent in World War II with the advent of long-range air attack. Today the largest and most important surface warships are the aircraft carrier...
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Warship

A warship is a ship that is built and primarily intended for combat. As well as being armed, warships are designed to withstand damage and are usually faster and more maneuverable than merchant ships. Unlike a merchant ship, which carries cargo, a warship typically only carries weapons, ammunition and supplies for its crew. Warships usually belong
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Warship

D600 or D800 class diesel-hydraulic locomotives, most of which were named after Royal Navy vessels.[57]
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