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Noun(1) an airplane that can land on or take off from water(2) a speedboat that is equipped with winglike structures that lift it so that it skims the water at high speeds
Verb(1) glide on the water in a hydroplane
(1) A dozen of the country's top scientists and intellectuals climbed aboard a hydroplane and flew out into the Bay of Rio to welcome him.(2) Thin tread causes the tire to hydroplane - riding up on a film of water and losing contact with the pavement, similar to driving on ice.(3) With all these questions heavily on my mind, I boarded a four-seat Cessna 206 hydroplane for a 40-minute flight to the shores of Fraser Lake in the depth of Alaskan wilderness.(4) Next, the man declares that he would like to take Nick flying in his hydroplane .(5) He nodded, staring out over the clear water to where the hydroplane was now visible, a dot on the horizon.(6) A couple of canoers were out paddling, and a hydroplane came in for a lake landing.(7) Markus headed for some old airplanes trying to go around them only to have his car hydroplane on a mixture of water and oil.(8) A car hit this standing water, hydroplaned off the road, and crashed, killing the driver.(9) The fore and aft hydroplanes are still in position and the external torpedo tubes on the bow are a very impressive sight.(10) This park has a rich history dating back to 1927 when Italy's then leader, Mussolini, built a non-military airport for the landing of hydroplanes from outlying lakes.(11) Upstairs houses interactive tests for youngsters from mechanical diving suit arms to the art of driving a submarine using hydroplanes and the knack of positive and negative buoyancy.(12) Stubborn had survived one of the worst attacks of the war, despite the loss of her aft hydroplanes and rudder, and had carried out the deepest-ever dive at the time, to an estimated 165m!(13) Their run established a new world and national record as part of Windermere Records Week which saw high-speed watercraft - from one-man hydroplanes to offshore Formula 1 powerboats - take to the water.(14) The A7 was the first submarine in the Royal Navy to be fitted with hydroplanes on her conning tower.(15) Jenny's mom had hydroplaned and skidded off the road.(16) Hatches are intact, periscope housings in place, propeller-shafts and control rods stick out of the stern alongside intact hydroplanes and rudder.
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