Definition of 'bulkhead'
Example sentences containing 'bulkhead'
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The crates on the starboard side had snapped their ropes and slammed against the bulkhead as we crash-landed. SKORPION'S DEATH (2004)Inside, Ernie Coutts turned on the aft deck light which was mounted on the bulkhead by the speaker. LET NOT THE DEEP (2004)Below them, the water, channelled by the steel wall of the bulkhead, raced up the edge of the main deck. LET NOT THE DEEP (2004)
Then she crammed herself and her precious burden into the small space between the heavy padded chair and the bulkhead and began to pray. IRONCROWN MOON: PART TWO OF THE BOREAL MOON TALE (2004)
Trends of 'bulkhead'
Used Occasionally. bulkhead is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'bulkhead'
British English: bulkhead NOUN
A bulkhead is a wall which divides the inside of a ship or aeroplane into separate sections.
Definition of bulkhead from the Collins English Dictionary
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