Definition of Midships. Meaning of Midships. Synonyms of Midships

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Definition of Midships

Midships
Midships Mid"ships`, adv. [For amidships.] (Naut.) In the middle of a ship; -- properly amidships.
Midships
Midships Mid"ships`, n. pl. (Naut.) The timbers at the broadest part of the vessel. --R. H. Dana, Jr.
Midship
Midship Mid"ship`, a. Of or pertaining to, or being in, the middle of a ship. Midship beam (Naut.), the beam or timber upon which the broadest part of a vessel is formed. Midship bend, the broadest frame in a vessel. --Weale.

Meaning of Midships from wikipedia

- distinguished from port or starboard ("Put your rudder amidships." (Compare midships.)) Ammunition ship A naval auxiliary ship specifically configured to carry...
- space for the rear seats. FMR should also not be confused with a "front midships" location of the engine, referring to the engine being located fully behind...
- entrance to the First Cl**** Grand Staircase and gymnasium were located midships along with the raised roof of the First Cl**** lounge, while at the rear...
- buoyancy (LCB) is the longitudinal distance from a point of reference (often midships) to the centre of the displaced volume of water when the hull is not moving...
- kerosene cargo in two iron tanks joined by pipes. One tank was forward of the midships engine room and the other was aft. The ship also featured a set of 21 vertical...
- is a modern FR automobile layout. The name is derived from the "front midships" location of the engine, with its center of m**** located behind the front...
- (6.1 in) guns mounted in four triple turrets (one forward, one aft, two midships), and twelve 127-millimetre (5.0 in) guns in six twin mounts (three on...
- draft on the draft markings at six standard points on the hull: forward, midships and aft on both port and starboard sides. Corrections for factors such...
- 30–45 degrees, "revolving apparently around a centre of gravity just astern of midships", as Lawrence Beesley later put it. Many survivors described a great noise...
- of fore and aft 10-inch (25.4 cm) guns and 6-inch (15.2 cm) guns in the midships positions. It could reach a speed of 18 knots (33 km/h), and was propelled...
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