minesweeping
noun see minesweeper

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  • minesweeping — n. 1. the activity of detecting and disposing of marine mines. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • minesweeping — minų tralavimas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Minų suradimas ir naikinimas naudojant mechaninius įrenginius ar sprogstamuosius užtaisus, kuriais mina yra fiziškai pašalinama arba sunaikinama, arba poveikio lauko, kurio reikia minoms… …   NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • minesweeping — The technique of clearing mines using either mechanical, explosive, or influence sweep equipment. Mechanical sweeping removes, disturbs, or otherwise neutralizes the mine; explosive sweeping causes sympathetic detonations in, damages, or… …   Military dictionary

  • minesweeping — See minesweeper. * * * …   Universalium

  • minesweeping — noun The detection and safe disposal of mines See Also: minesweeper …   Wiktionary

  • minesweeping — noun the activity of detecting and disposing of marine mines • Hypernyms: ↑mine disposal * * * ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ noun : the action of dragging a body of water for submarine or floating mines in order to remove, neutralize, explode, or otherwise make …   Useful english dictionary

  • TR series minesweeping trawler — The TR series were minesweeping naval trawlers built during World War I for the Royal Canadian Navy.A total of 45 were built and given numbers HMCS 1 to HMCS 60 .pecifications* Launched: 1917 1919 * Commissioned: * Paid off: * Displacement: 275… …   Wikipedia

  • CD type minesweeping trawler — HMCS CD Type 1 100 were minesweeping trawlers built during World War I for the Royal Canadian Navy. Total of 37 were built and number from 1 to 100. Some were lent to the US Navy and Royal Navy during World War II.References* [http://www.hazegray …   Wikipedia

  • P.V. type minesweeping trawler — HMCS PV II Class overview Built: 1903–1912 In service: 1917–1919 …   Wikipedia

  • minesweeper — minesweeping, n. /muyn swee peuhr/, n. Navy. a specially equipped ship used for dragging a body of water in order to remove or destroy enemy mines. [1900 05; MINE2 + SWEEPER] * * * Naval vessel used to clear submarine mines from an expanse of… …   Universalium

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