a game combining elements of tennis and handball, played with paddles and a rubber ball on a screened court about half the size of and having a lower net than a tennis court.
noun 1. a wheel for propelling a ship, having a number of paddles entering the water more or less perpendicularly. noun 1. a large wheel fitted with paddles, turned by an engine to propel a vessel on the water n. also paddlewheel, 1805, from paddle (n.) + wheel (n.).
- Paddle worm
noun 1. any of a family of green-blue faintly iridescent active marine polychaete worms of the genus Phyllodoce, having paddle-shaped swimming lobes, found under stones on the shore
[pad-uh k] /ˈpæd ək/ noun 1. a small, usually enclosed field near a stable or barn for pasturing or exercising animals. 2. the enclosure in which horses are saddled and mounted before a race. 3. Australian. any enclosed field or pasture. verb (used with object) 4. to confine or enclose in or as in a […]
noun 1. (Austral, slang) a vehicle suited to driving on rough terrain