English to Malay Meaning :: prow

Prow :
diadakan semuanya
- diadakan semuanyadiadakan semuanyahaluan
 
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Noun(1) front part of a vessel or aircraft

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(1) The ship leans to the wind and the silence is broken only by the rush of clear, Caribbean water at her prow .(2) He could see tiny silhouettes scurrying across the ship's prow as it prepared to land, shadows against the sun.(3) Rris crewmen were up in the prow , shouting commands back to the wheelhouse.(4) Exterior styling for the Accord appears sleek, but angular and edgy with a squared-off prow and classy beveled grille.(5) The torpedo tubes were built into the prow , with a high freeboard providing good protection from the waves.(6) The fog is as thick as it ever has been - perhaps even thicker - standing aft, the prow of his own ship is completely obscured.(7) But the world still comes to visit Foster where he sits, at the downstream end, the angled prow , of the studio.(8) Signal is the first of four large-scale art installations which will cover the prow of the building between now and February 2004.(9) The ship's prow swung ponderously away from the Aurora Borealis, and her main thrusters fired to accelerate her away from the liner.(10) You could almost be looking up from a dinghy at the prow of a great ship.(11) Something thudded softly against the prow of our boat as we pulled upstream, and in the half-light before dawn it was difficult to tell what it was.(12) Its wide, gently chiseled shape features wheel arches that ride low and snugly over the tires. The massive prow politely but firmly clears the way.(13) They readied the ship on the waves under the cliffs and the warriors stood at the prow as the water wound against the sand.(14) A giant art installation was launched today on the prow of BBC Broadcasting House, London.(15) The ship traveled swiftly for one of its size, and the organic curves of the ship's prow and hull made it seem truly alive.(16) The sound of water gently slurping past the prow of a slow-moving vessel is what I want to hear for all eternity.
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Noun
2. stem ::
stem
3. front ::
hadapan
4. nose ::
hidung
5. head ::
kepala
6. cutwater ::
cutwater
Different Forms
prow, prows
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