[tawr-pee-doh-man, -muh n]
noun, plural tor·pe·do·men [tawr-pee-doh-men, -muh n] /tɔrˈpi doʊˌmɛn, -mən/.
a petty officer or warrant officer responsible for the maintenance, use, and repair of underwater weapons and equipment.
Origin of torpedoman
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The Torpedoman moved along the bench and twisted his head round till his ear was against one of the voice-pipes.
The big Torpedoman stretched across his tube to close a valve, and caught the eye of the fourth participant in the recent debate.