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  • hydrodynamically — adverb see hydrodynamic …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hydrodynamically — See hydrodynamic. * * * …   Universalium

  • hydrodynamically — adv. in a hydrodynamic manner, by means of force exerted by the motion of liquids …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hydrodynamically — hy·dro·dy·namically …   English syllables

  • hydrodynamically — adverb see hydrodynamic …   Useful english dictionary

  • hydrodynamic — hydrodynamically, adv. /huy droh duy nam ik, di /, adj. 1. pertaining to forces in or motions of liquids. 2. of or pertaining to hydrodynamics. [1770 80; HYDRO 1 + DYNAMIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • Submarine hull — U 995, Type VIIC/41 U Boat of WWII, showing the typical combination of ship like non watertight outer hull with bulky strong hull below The term light hull (casing in British usage) is used to describe the outer hull of a submarine, which houses… …   Wikipedia

  • brake — brake1 brakeless, adj. /brayk/, n., v., braked, braking. n. 1. a device for slowing or stopping a vehicle or other moving mechanism by the absorption or transfer of the energy of momentum, usually by means of friction. 2. brakes, the drums, shoes …   Universalium

  • hydrodynamic — also hydrodynamical adjective Etymology: New Latin hydrodynamicus, from hydr + dynamicus dynamic Date: circa 1828 of, relating to, or involving principles of hydrodynamics • hydrodynamically adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Aircraft — An aircraft is a vehicle which is able to fly through the Earth s atmosphere or through any other atmosphere. Rocket vehicles are not aircraft if they are not supported by the surrounding air. All the human activity which surrounds aircraft is… …   Wikipedia

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