Verb(1) overturn accidentally
(1) Many an hour was spent tacking, jibing and splicing the main brace with the occasional capsize as well.(2) Former Newcastle RNLI members have claimed that inexperience was to blame for the dramatic capsize of the town's inshore lifeboat.(3) After losing their first race Bristol 1 benefited from a capsize by a London boat in the second race and went on to convincingly win the third to make it into the final.(4) I also did canoeing, and recall being only slightly scared by my initial capsize down a Garavogue weir.(5) A two-year-old boy, of Rangarti village in Hailakandi district, reportedly got drowned and one more person died in Karimganj district in a boat capsize in flood waters.(6) do you know what to do in the event of a capsize?(7) In full view of the finish I had a very well publicised capsize .(8) Given the way my day had gone, I half expected something terrible to happen - another capsize or a broken oarlock.(9) The trainees got to sail the boats with time spent as crew, helm, flying the spinnaker, and some ├ö├ç├┐lucky├ö├ç├û few even got to see a capsize up close.(10) They were closing in on fourth place at Katkop weir, when a capsize while fitting their splash covers cost them five minutes and 10 places.(11) And the skill of sailing is matched in these young modern matelots by the skill of recovery from the capsize .(12) The wave simulator can recreate swells of up to two metres - and in these stormy conditions, trainees will learn to cope with a chilly and potentially terrifying capsize .(13) The team completed 84 laps of the marine lake at Southport all members ├ö├ç├┐enjoying├ö├ç├û at least one capsize in the strong winds.(14) After the fifth capsize , I climbed out on deck, fully intended to set off my distress beacon to ask for help.(15) The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has now published its findings into the capsize of the fishing vessel east of Harwich on July 7 last year.(16) Nothing sets up a capsize like a hunter, jacket pockets full of shotgun shells, leaning over the edge of a low-freeboard duck boat laying out decoys with his dog eagerly leaning next to him.
(1) capsize :: kæntre
1. overturn ::
2. turn over ::
4. upend ::
6. turn turtle ::
7. pitchpole ::
8. overset ::
1. right ::
Different Formscapsize, capsized, capsizes, capsizing
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