Associations to the word «Submarine»
SUBMARINE, adjective. Undersea.
SUBMARINE, adjective. Hidden or undisclosed.
SUBMARINE, noun. A boat that can go underwater.
SUBMARINE, noun. A kind of sandwich made in a long loaf of bread.
SUBMARINE, noun. (baseball) Pitch delivered with an underhand motion.
SUBMARINE, noun. Any submarine plant or animal.
SUBMARINE, noun. (informal) A stowaway on a seagoing vessel.
SUBMARINE, verb. To operate or serve on a submarine
SUBMARINE, verb. To torpedo; to destroy with a sudden sneak attack
SUBMARINE FAN, noun. (geology) A shallow marine sediment beyond the opening of a large river etc.
SUBMARINE PATENT, noun. (informal) A patent first published and granted long after the filing of the initial application.
SUBMARINE PITCH, noun. (baseball) A thrown ball where the pitcher puts his knuckles down and throws sidearm.
SUBMARINE RIVER, noun. A river-like current on the seabed
SUBMARINE RIVERS, noun. Plural of submarine river
SUBMARINE SANDWICH, noun. A sandwich made on a long roll split lengthwise.
SUBMARINE, noun. A submersible warship usually armed with torpedoes.
SUBMARINE, noun. A large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States.
SUBMARINE, verb. Move forward or under in a sliding motion; "The child was injured when he submarined under the safety belt of the car".
SUBMARINE, verb. Throw with an underhand motion.
SUBMARINE, verb. Bring down with a blow to the legs.
SUBMARINE, verb. Control a submarine.
SUBMARINE, verb. Attack by submarine; "The Germans submarined the Allies".
SUBMARINE, adjective. Beneath the surface of the sea.
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