submersible

  1. an apparatus intended for use under water
  2. a warship designed to operate under water

submersible

[adj] - capable of being immersed in water or functioning while submerged 2. [n] - an apparatus intended for use under water 3. [n] - a warship designed to operate under water
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submersible

submergible adjective capable of being immersed in water or functioning while submerged; `a submersible pump`; `a submergible electric frying pan`
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submersible

submersible warship noun a warship designed to operate under water
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submersible

(from the article `hydrologic sciences`) One of the fundamental problems faced by oceanographers is the sheer size of the oceans and the consequent need to rely on special surface vessels ... Submersibles, which allow direct and detailed observation at various depths, are widely used for undersea exploration. In 1960 a record manned ......
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submersible

capable of operating even when immersed in a specified liquid under specified conditions NOTE 1 - Specified conditions include depth or pressure. NOTE 2 - An example of submersible device is a submarine cable.
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submersible

submersible, small, mobile undersea research vessel capable of functioning in the ocean depths. Development of a great variety of submersibles during the later 1950s and 1960s came about as a result of improved technology and in response to a demonstrated need for the capability to visit the ocean d...
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submersible

Vessel designed to operate under water, especially a small submarine used by engineers and research scientists as a ferry craft to support diving operations. The most advanced submersibles are the so-called lock-out type, which have two compartments: one for the pilot, the other to carry divers. The diving compartment is pressurized and...
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