- to be thrown under the steering wheel of the vehicle one is driving during a frontal crash.
- to be thrown out of one's seat belt in such a crash.
regional variations of submarine
OTHER WORDS FROM submarinean·ti·sub·ma·rine, adjective
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How to use submarine in a sentence
Undersea robots, submarines and devices that track fish or other sea animals use a similar technique.Bye-bye batteries? Power a phone with fabric or a beacon with sound|Kathryn Hulick|January 6, 2021|Science News For Students
Shuttered in a house on foreign soil where I don’t speak the language, I have found myself snapping back into submarine deployment mode.How a Nuclear Submarine Officer Learned to Live in Tight Quarters - Issue 94: Evolving|Steve Weiner|December 30, 2020|Nautilus
Instead of rockets, the proposed lander would use fans to push itself around, almost like a submarine, turning the disadvantage of the dense atmosphere into an advantage.How future spacecraft might handle tricky landings on Venus or Europa|Lisa Grossman|December 23, 2020|Science News
After we’d laid the groundwork in the design-and-build class, my students and I were joined in our efforts by Draper Laboratory in Cambridge, where researchers work on things like missile guidance systems and submarine navigation.My satellite would fit in a small suitcase.|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Lost to the sea, sunken ships and submarines can create new habitats in the deep.Analyze This: Shipwrecks provide a home for bottom-dwelling fish|Carolyn Wilke|December 4, 2020|Science News For Students
The new submarine and the LRS-B are “uploadable” systems that can carry more warheads if strategic requirements change.US & Russia Re-Arming for a New Cold War|Bill Sweetman|September 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
William—absent Kate and Prince George—arrived by helicopter to Gosport Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Hampshire today.William Has a Tipple in the Line of Duty|Tom Sykes|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The tactical balance between the surface warship and the submarine has strategic impact.
Other improvements are making the submarine more elusive and lethal.
The onetime nuclear submarine weapons officer has entered a not guilty plea.Former Navy Officer Bryan Caisse Is Accused of Defrauding Friends and Classmates|Michael Daly|January 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Meanwhile, the Australian submarine has got up through the Narrows and has torpedoed a gunboat at Chunuk.
The submarine E.14 sailed into harbour after a series of hair-raising adventures in the Sea of Marmora.
As we were leaving, a message came in to say that an enemy submarine had been sighted off Gaba Tepe.
The submarine scare is full on; the beastly things have frightened us more than all the Turks and all their German guns.
Asking his commands, the stranger said, 'I am one of the submarine inhabitants of this neighborhood.
British Dictionary definitions for submarine
- of or relating to a submarinea submarine captain
- occurring or situated below the surface of the seaa submarine cable