Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of capsize.

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Examples

  • "I dedicate these goals to my sister-in-law who recently gave birth and the victims of the Costa Concordia," Totti added in a halftime TV interview, referring to the capsized cruise ship off the Tuscan coast.

    The Seattle Times

  • "The U.S. Embassy is reporting 120 Americans were on the ship," daughter Sarah Kim Heil wrote on Facebook referring to the capsized cruise ship

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • One of the nearby recipient countries, Malaysia, had actually begun towing refugee boats back to sea, where they often sank or capsized.

    The Good Fight

  • One of the nearby recipient countries, Malaysia, had actually begun towing refugee boats back to sea, where they often sank or capsized.

    The Good Fight

  • One of the nearby recipient countries, Malaysia, had actually begun towing refugee boats back to sea, where they often sank or capsized.

    The Good Fight

  • More than 200 asylum seekers were missing Sunday after their ship capsized on its way to Australia from Indonesia.

    Ship Carrying Migrants Sinks Near Indonesia

  • In corporate news, cruise-line operator Carnival 's stock was one of the worst performers in the S&P 500, slumping 4.68, or 14%, to 29.60, after one of the company's cruise ships capsized off the coast of Italy over the weekend.

    Stocks Post Broad Gains; Financials Fall

  • Shares of cruise-line operators Carnival Corp. and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. slid Tuesday as news of a capsized cruise ship off the Italian coast raised concerns about how bookings and pricing would be affected during the peak sales season.

    Cruise-Line Operators Shares Drop

  • More than 200 asylum seekers were missing after their ship capsized on its way to Australia from Indonesia.

    What's News

  • Over 200 asylum seekers were missing as their ship capsized on its way to Australia from Indonesia.

    What's News: World-Wide

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