Definition of Hatchway. Meaning of Hatchway. Synonyms of Hatchway

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Definition of Hatchway

Hatchway
Hatchway Hatch"way`, n. A square or oblong opening in a deck or floor, affording passage from one deck or story to another; the entrance to a cellar.

Meaning of Hatchway from wikipedia

- cranes or gantry cranes to load and unload. A cargo hatch or deck hatch or hatchway is type of door used on ships and boats to cover the opening to the cargo...
- his sleep from a preexisting illness. The remaining survivors discover a hatchway leading into an underground tunnel. That night, the military arrives and...
- 4:51 GMT as the ISS flew over Kazakhstan at an altitude of 252 miles. The hatchway between the Soyuz spacecraft and the ISS was opened at 7:23 GMT and Williams...
- A trapdoor is a sliding or hinged door that is flush with the surface of a floor, ceiling, or roof. It is traditionally small in size. It was invented...
- Commodore Trunnion and Jack Hatchway by Francis William Edmonds...
- body emerging from the hatchway and exposed to the elements. In good weather, many trad-stern steerers sit up on the hatchway edge, a high vantage point...
- children were there praying and crying. Then the sailors fastened down the hatchways leading to the third-class section. They said they wanted to keep the...
- hatch may refer to: a raised framework or hoodlike covering over a small hatchway on a ship a pejorative slang term for a psychiatric hospital This disambiguation...
- error involved in the sinking. The line originally read, "At 7 p.m. a main hatchway caved in; he said..."; Lightfoot began singing it as "At 7 p.m. it grew...
- catch. booby hatch A raised framework or hood like covering over a small hatchway on a ship. boom 1.  A floating barrier to control navigation into and out...