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  1. keel

    • IPA[kēl]

    美式

    • n.
      the longitudinal structure along the centerline at the bottom of a vessel's hull, on which the rest of the hull is built, in some vessels extended downward as a blade or ridge to increase stability.;a ridge along the breastbone of many birds to which the flight muscles are attached; the carina.
    • v.
      (of a boat or ship) turn over on its side; capsize;(of a person or thing) fall over; collapse
    • verb: keel, 3rd person present: keels, gerund or present participle: keeling, past tense: keeled, past participle: keeled

    • noun: keel, plural noun: keels

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. the longitudinal structure along the centerline at the bottom of a vessel's hull, on which the rest of the hull is built, in some vessels extended downward as a blade or ridge to increase stability.
    • a ridge along the breastbone of many birds to which the flight muscles are attached; the carina.
    • a prow-shaped pair of petals present in flowers of the pea family.
    • a ship.

    動詞

    • 1. (of a boat or ship) turn over on its side; capsize it's going to take more wind to make this boat keel over
    • (of a person or thing) fall over; collapse a wardrobe was about to keel over on top of him