a small, bag-shaped net with a handle at the mouth, for scooping a hooked fish out of the water and bringing it to shore or into a boat.
(angling) a loose long-handled net on a triangular frame for lifting hooked fish from the water
noun 1. a component of a ship’s company detached for special duty ashore.
noun 1. any of various ships designed for transporting troops and heavy equipment in amphibious warfare, capable of making assault landings directly onto a beach.
- Landing speed
noun 1. the minimum air speed at which an aircraft lands safely
noun, Shipbuilding. 1. the next strake of planking in an open boat below the sheer strake.