buoy

2) спасательный круг
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accelerometer buoy
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acoustic buoy
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air-launched buoy
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anchor buoy
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anchored buoy
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anemometer buoy
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ball spar buoy
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barrel buoy
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bell buoy
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can buoy
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cask buoy
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catamaran-shaped buoy
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chequered buoy
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cloverleaf buoy
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combination buoy
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compass adjustment buoy
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conical buoy
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cross spar buoy
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cylindrical buoy
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dan buoy
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data buoy
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deep-ocean buoy
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diagonally striped buoy
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discus hull buoy
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drifting buoy
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drogued buoy
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drum buoy
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flag buoy
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flashing buoy
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fog buoy
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gas buoy
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gong buoy
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horizontally striped buoy
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horn buoy
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ice-drift buoy
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ice buoy
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instrumented buoy
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life buoy
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lighted buoy
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light buoy
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marker buoy
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mast buoy
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meteorological buoy
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mooring buoy
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nun buoy
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operational buoy
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peg-top buoy
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perch-and-ball buoy
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perch-and-square buoy
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pillar buoy
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pitch-and-roll buoy
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pitch-roll buoy
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position buoy
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radar reflector buoy
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radio buoy
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radio-beacon buoy
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repeater buoy
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rescue buoy
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satellite-tracked buoy
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signal buoy
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siren buoy
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solar buoy
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solid-colored buoy
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sonar buoy
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sounding buoy
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sound buoy
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spar-shaped buoy
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spar buoy
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spindle buoy
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staff-and-globe buoy
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striped buoy
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subsurface buoy
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swinging buoy
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swing buoy
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telemetering buoy
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tethered buoy
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thermistor-chained buoy
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topmark buoy
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towing buoy
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trumpet buoy
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trunk buoy
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vertical cylinder buoy
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vertically striped buoy
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warping buoy
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waverider buoy
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whistling buoy

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

Смотреть что такое "buoy" в других словарях:

  • Buoy — (bwoi or boi; 277), n. [D. boei buoy, fetter, fr. OF. boie, buie, chain, fetter, F. bou[ e]e a buoy, from L. boia. Boiae genus vinculorum tam ferreae quam ligneae. Festus. So called because chained to its place.] (Naut.) A float; esp. a floating… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Buøy — is an island and neighborhood ( delområde ) in the borough Hundvåg in Stavanger, Norway.The neighborhood has a population of 1,792, distributed on an area of 1,19 km². It consists of the islands Buøy, Engøy and Sølyst/Grasholmen.HistoryThe name… …   Wikipedia

  • buoy — buoy·age; buoy·an·cy; buoy·ant; buoy·ant·ly; buoy·ant·ness; son·o·buoy; buoy; buoy·ance; …   English syllables

  • Buoy — Buoy, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Buoyed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Buoying}.] 1. To keep from sinking in a fluid, as in water or air; to keep afloat; with up. [1913 Webster] 2. To support or sustain; to preserve from sinking into ruin or despondency. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Buoy — Buoy, v. i. To float; to rise like a buoy. Rising merit will buoy up at last. Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • buoy — [bo͞o′ē; ] also, and for v. 3 usually [, boi] n. [ME < (? via MDu boeie) OFr buie, chain < L boia, fetter (see BOY): prob. first applied to the chain anchoring the float] 1. a) a floating object anchored in a lake, river, etc. to mark a… …   English World dictionary

  • buoy — [bɔɪ ǁ ˈbuːi, bɔɪ] verb [transitive] if the market or prices are buoyed, people feel confident and buy stocks and shares, and prices rise: • In Britain, bond prices were buoyed by a rise in the pound. • The market was buoyed by gains in some… …   Financial and business terms

  • buoy — (n.) late 13c., perhaps from either O.Fr. buie or M.Du. boeye, both from W.Gmc. *baukn beacon (Cf. O.H.G. bouhhan, O.Fris. baken). OED, however, supports M.Du. boeie, or O.Fr. boie fetter, chain (see BOY (Cf. boy)), because of its being fettered… …   Etymology dictionary

  • buoy — [n] floating device beacon, drift, float, guide, marker, signal; concept 628 buoy (up) [v] make light, encourage bolster, boost, buck up, cheer, cheer up, encourage, hearten, keep afloat, lift, prop, raise, support, sustain, uphold; concepts 7,22 …   New thesaurus

  • buoy up — index assure (give confidence to), bear (support), bolster, reassure Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • buoy — ► NOUN ▪ an anchored float serving as a navigation mark or for mooring. ► VERB 1) keep afloat. 2) (often be buoyed up) cause to become or remain cheerful and confident. 3) cause (a price) to rise to or remain high. ORIGIN probably from Dutch boye …   English terms dictionary

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