capsize


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Synonyms for capsize

Synonyms for capsize

to turn or cause to turn from a vertical or horizontal position

Synonyms for capsize

overturn accidentally

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Lt Jeannie Crump of the US Coast Guard said it was not yet clear what caused the boat to capsize.
Gotta Love It 7's crew saw the capsize and quickly pulled their kite down for the run between the islands to the finish.
One of the boats did capsize and the conditions transpired to be one of the most extreme in the Americas Cup World Series to date.
77% teach what to do in case of capsize or swamping
The main aim is to obtain a fundamental understanding of the cause and nature of ship capsize by broaching-to and to use this to offer recommendations for reducing the risk of capsize by means of improved ship design and operational practice.
RNLI mechanic Llew Griffin spotted the boat capsize through a telescope before racing out to save the family thrown overboard
ALL SEA Mark on the Sara G CHALLENGE n Mark, rear, and shipmate before the capsize
BODRUM, Nov 6, 2009 (TUR) -- The number of illegal migrants rescued after a boat capsize in an Aegean resort town rose to 13 early on Friday.
The coroner ruled he died from drowning, suffering shock following the capsize and ingestion of salt water.
On a normal capsize this would be highly unlikely and is not usually foreseen," he said.
It is not yet known what caused the boat to capsize.
According to AP, Libyan navy spokesman Ayoub Bilqassem said the bottom of the small boat collapsed, causing the boat to capsize.
The motor cruiser's skipper, a man from Sheffield, had successfully taken his wife back to the cruiser after the meal, and was returning to shore to pick up two more crew when the capsize happened.
It was suspected waves from a powerboat may have caused the boat to capsize.
About midmorning, 6-foot swells and offshore winds gusting to 40 mph caused the craft to capsize.