from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. That can be immersed in or can remain under water: a submergible electric frying pan; a submergible research vehicle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as submersible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of being immersed in water or functioning while submerged
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Ramirez said there was a problem with the flotation systems of the semi-submergible platform that led to a huge water leak in one area.
The COD was designed as a submergible surface vessel that used its diesel engines to generate electric power while on the surface and when submerged it used the electric power stored in 252 lead-acid batteries.
Our submergible had only a few days worth of fuel left, and it would be months before weâ€ ™ d be able to return.
FRIED: The entire unit, including the ear buds, are submergible up to 19 feet and can take a pretty good beating.
A submergible may be the best bet in the long run.
"You know this platform is semi-submergible," Mr. Chávez told his followers on
Ramirez said there was a problem with the flotation systems of the semi-submergible platform that led to a massive water leak in one area.
Ramirez said officials are investigating, but there was a problem with the flotation systems of the semi-submergible platform that led to a massive water leak in one area.
The LaCie XtremKey is submergible up to 100 meters and can brave temperatures from -58 degrees Fahrenheit to 400 degrees.
It really amounts to speeding down - or slowing down the speed on the electric submergible pumps.
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