[Does anyone call vertical bar (“|”, broken or unbroken) “pling”?]
noun, Nautical. 1. .
[plim-suh l, -sohl] /ˈplɪm səl, -soʊl/ noun, Nautical. 1. (def 1). /ˈplɪmsəl/ noun 1. another name for load line
[plim-suh l, -sohl] /ˈplɪm səl, -soʊl/ noun, British. 1. a canvas shoe with a rubber sole; gym shoe; sneaker. noun, Nautical. 1. . /ˈplɪmsəl/ noun 1. (Brit) a light rubber-soled canvas shoe worn for various sports Also called gym shoe, sandshoe n. “mark on the hull of a British ship showing how deeply she may […]
[pluhk] /plʌk/ verb (used with object) 1. to pull off or out from the place of growth, as fruit, flowers, feathers, etc.: to pluck feathers from a chicken. 2. to give a pull at; grasp: to pluck someone’s sleeve. 3. to pull with sudden force or with a jerk. 4. to pull or move by […]