Definition of marinize in English:

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Pronunciation: /məˈriːnʌɪz/

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(also marinise)


[with object]
Modify or convert for marine use: (as adjective marinized) a three-cylinder marinized 26 hp diesel engine
More example sentences
  • The project will deliver new leading edge aircraft that will be fully marinised and able to be used in multiple roles, including being able to operate from the RAN's current and future amphibious ships.
  • Propulsion is provided by twin Hino diesel engines which were built in Japan and marinized in the U.S. by MerCruiser.
  • Valve overlap, a process that helps engines run more efficiently, can also cause marinized engines to ingest the seawater used to cool their exhaust systems.

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