underslung

ADJECTIVE
  1. having a lower part projecting beyond the upper
    undershot bulldog
    an underhung jaw
  2. supported from above especially in a vehicle having springs attached to the axle from below
  3. having a low center of gravity; built low to the ground
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How To Use underslung In A Sentence

  • Cargo helicopters are heavier models capable of carrying 60 troops, lightly armoured vehicles, or underslung loads such as artillery and munitions.
  • Similarly, the anchovy-like clupeoids are usually distinctive because of their projecting, pig-like snout, large mouth and ‘underslung’ lower jaw.
  • The unladen Viking can be underslung and airlifted by an RAF Chinook helicopter.
  • An underslung load hook is capable of carrying external loads up to 12,000 lb, and the load measurement is displayed in the cockpit.
  • Then every piece of equipment, including our food supply boxes, had to be accurately weighed so that we could tally the full weight of each underslung load.
  • The helicopter can carry up to 18 troops plus four crew or 4000 kg of underslung cargo, cruises at up to 300 kph and has a maximum range of over 900 km.
  • 'She jutted her chin toward the giant ship, jaw underslung in anger like a bulldog. VITALS
  • The wing badge is for people who gone through both Airdrop and Underslung course in 3Tpt, D coy aka ATC. www.hardwarezone.com.sg
  • North American built the Hound Dog with a canard, a delta wing configuration, an underslung J52 engine, and a self-contained inertial autonavigational guidance system.
  • Extensive training is also conducted in helicopter underslung work, a critical function for forward resupply, ship-to-shore, and remote operations.
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