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Latihan Soal Bahasa Inggris Idioms

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Idioms

  1. abaft the port beam
    between the port quarter
  2. abbreviation
    a shortened form of a word or phrase
  3. able bodied seaman
    experienced seafarer on the deck dept.
  4. afternoon watch
    1200 hrs – 1600 hrs
  5. aid
    help
  6. alteration course
    change direction
  7. appear
    emerge, float to the surface, arise, show up
  8. apprentice officer
    trainee officer (cadet)
  9. appropriate
    exact, precise, suitable
  10. auxiliary engine, secondary motor
    donkey engine, the engine to support the main engine
  11. avoid
    keep away from
  12. bearing
    the direction of an object from the
  13. observer
    relevance
  14. before the starboard beam
    between the starboard bow and starboard beam
  15. boatswain
    the head of the ratings, bosun
  16. celestial bodies
    heavenly objects
  17. characteristic
    typical
  18. chart (map, diagram)
    a nautically specialized map showing currents, depths, island, coast, etc
  19. chart dividers
    a navigational tool used to measure distances, length of lines.
  20. Chronometer (timer, clock)
    an accurate clock that is used for navigation to determine time
  21. clearing a danger
    clear away from jeopardy
  22. cocked hat
    triangle from two bearing lines and check line
  23. conning officer
    officer in charge on the bridge who steers a vessel, OOW
  24. consideration
    thinking carefully, review
  25. conspicuous object
    is an object on land or at sea that is mentioned and described in the pilot book, clearly visible target
  26. contrary to
    different to, opposite
  27. controlling depth (adjusting draft)
    the least depth in the navigable parts of waterway, governing the maximum draft of vessel that can enter
  28. course
    route, track, direction, the direction in which a vessel is steered
  29. course over ground
    actual direction of progress of a vessel
  30. cross bearings
    intersect line
  31. current (stream)
    movement of water, due to tides
  32. data (information)
    facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis
  33. dead reckoning (estimation ship’s position)
    determining a position by plotting courses and speeds from a known position (ship’s position prediction)
  34. decrease
    reduce, make or become smaller or fewer size
  35. deduce
    conclusion
    conclude
  36. deep draft vessel
    constrained by the draft
  37. degrees (grades)
    a distance of measurement on a nautical chart, angle mark by degrees
  38. delete
    erase
  39. departure (release)
    action of leaving
    start a journey
  40. describe
    to mention, to explain
  41. destination
    port of call
  42. detect
    identify
  43. determine
    firmly decide
  44. dimension
    size
    measurement
  45. direction
    a course along which something moves
  46. disaster
    natural catastrophe
  47. Distress =>A person or a ship is in grave & imminent
    danger & requires immediate assistance
  48. dog watch
    evening watch divided into two periods between 16:00 and 20:00
  49. dragging anchor
    an anchor moving over the sea be drawn out
  50. draft
    The vertical distance between ship’s keel and the surface of the water line
  51. dredging
    deepening of the canal or area of the water
  52. dredging anchor
    vessel moving with anchor moving along the sea bottom
  53. due to
    because of
  54. ensure
    make certain that something will occur
  55. execute
    course of action
  56. experience
    skilled
  57. express
    exhibit
    display
  58. external
    outside
    beyond
  59. first watch
    2000 hrs – 2400 hrs
  60. fore and aft line
    mooring ropes
  61. forenoon watch
    0800 hrs – 1200 hrs
  62. general purpose officer
    muti purpose officer
  63. heading
    the actual course of the vessel at any
    given time
  64. helm order
    direction the vessel must be steered
  65. helmsman
    quarter master
  66. imminent
    close to, near to
  67. imply
    signify or mean
  68. increase
    to become greater
  69. influence
    a power affecting a person, thing, or
    course of events
  70. insufficient
    inadequate
  71. integrated
    to join with something else
  72. interfere
    take over, hinder
  73. internal
    coming or acting from within
  74. intersection
    junction
  75. latitude
    distance measured in degrees, north or south from the equator which is 0
  76. latter
    further
  77. local knowledge
    limited information
  78. longitude
    distance in degrees, east or west of the meridian at Greenwich, which is 0
  79. longitudinal
    along the length of the boat or ship
  80. maintenance
    keeping something in good condition.
    Care and repair of existing machinery
  81. man-at-the-wheel
    quarter master
  82. marine accident
    disaster at sea, marine casualty,
  83. master
    captain
  84. mate
    officer / an assistant to the captain
  85. mention
    note
    refer
  86. merchant vessel
    commercial ship
  87. middle watch
    0000 hrs – 0400 hrs
  88. mishaps
    accident
  89. negligence
    carelessness,
  90. obsolete
    old, outdate, unfashionable, outmoded
    behind the times
  91. obtain
    acquire, gain, receive
  92. ordinary seaman
    deckhand, inexperience seafarer
  93. overhaul
    repair, recondition
  94. pilotage (1)
    sailing
  95. pilotage (2)
    piloting
  96. pilotage (3)
    navigation
  97. position fix
    determining location/position
  98. proceed
    continue, move, move forward
  99. propulsion =>thrust, driving force
  100. protruding obstacle
    prominent obstruction

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