keel

US [kil]
UK [kiːl]
  • n.(船的)龙骨
  • v.翻倒
  • Web船的龙骨;龙骨瓣;平底船
Plural Form:keels  Present Participle:keeling  Past Tense:keeled  
keel
n.
1.
(船的)龙骨the long piece of wood or steel along the bottom of a ship, on which the frame is built, and which sometimes sticks out below the bottom and helps to keep it in a vertical position in the water
v.
1.
[i][t]
~ (sth) (over)
(使)倾覆,翻倒to fall over sideways; to make sth fall over sideways

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