Blimp

A blimp, or non-rigid airship, is an airship without an internal structural framework or a keel. Unlike semi-rigid and rigid airships (e.g. Zeppelins), blimps rely on the pressure of the lifting gas (usually helium, rather than hydrogen) inside the envelope and the strength of the envelope itself to maintain its shape. The term is sometimes also u...
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blimp

[n] - a small nonrigid airship used for observation or as a barrage balloon
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blimp

sausage balloon noun a small nonrigid airship used for observation or as a barrage balloon
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Blimp

A fiberglass housing used to encase a noisy camera to make it suitable for sync sound filming
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BLIMP

A housing for the camera intended to prevent sound equipment from picking up any extra sounds emitting from the camera.
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blimp

Airship; any self-propelled, lighter-than-air craft that can be steered. A blimp with a soft frame is also called a dirigible; a zeppelin is rigid-framed. During World War I British...
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blimp

Airship; any self-propelled, lighter-than-air craft that can be steered. A blimp with a soft frame is also called a dirigible; a zeppelin is rigid-framed
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Blimp

Blimp is British slang for a pompous, old-fashioned, ineffectual person.
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blimp

blimp: see airship.
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blimp

Non-rigid airship. Its shape is maintained by internal pressure.
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blimp

nonrigid or semirigid airship dependent on internal gas pressure to maintain its form. The origin of the name blimp is uncertain, but the most ... [3 related articles]
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