engine room

NOUN
  1. a room (as on a ship) in which the engine is located
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How To Use engine room In A Sentence

  • On the first deck, the level at which you board, there is a quite large opening down to the engine room two levels below, so that you can see the engines and the firemen stoking the boilers.
  • The hatch to the engine room was battened down, access being gained through a narrow passage from the cabin. THE PEARLS OF PARLAY
  • Two merchant seamen in the engine room were killed immediately and a third died later on a lifeboat.
  • This had enabled the crew to reach the fo'c's'le, bridge and engine room in the stern area, because when fully laden in heavy seas the San T's deck would have been awash.
  • There is access to the lower deck and engine room but this is a tight squeeze and not really worth the effort.
  • The firemen and other engine room and stokehold workers are located in rooms above the machinery with separate entrances and exits to and from their work. Marvels of Modern Science
  • Around 8 a.m. black smoke erupted from the engine room and within three quarters of an hour, the wheelhouse and shelter deck, which went up like an inferno, was gone.
  • We checked the massive engine room and filmed the now rusty gears on the open gearbox.
  • The motormen raced for the door followed by two GPI-rated seamen, those qualified to work in the engine room. LET NOT THE DEEP
  • Polystyrene blocks are to be removed from the crew accommodation and the starboard side of the engine room and stored ashore.
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