capsize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To overturn or trigger to overturn: The ship capsized; we capsized the canoe.
    • To overturn or cause to overturn: The vessel capsized; I capsized the canoe.
  • verb:
    • To overturn.
    • resulting in (a ship) to overturn.
    • To disturb or overturn, as a vessel or any other human anatomy.
    • overturn unintentionally
    • To overturn.
    • To cause (a ship) to overturn.
    • To disturb or overturn, as a vessel or any other body.
    • overturn accidentally
  • noun:
    • An upset or overturn.
    • An upset; an overturn.
    • An upset or overturn.
    • An upset; an overturn.
  • others:
    • to show over or upset: as, be careful your boat does not capsize.
    • To disturb; overturn (a boat or vessel).
    • to go (a hogshead or other vessel) forth by turning it alternatively on the heads.
    • start to see the extract.
    • To turn over or annoyed: as, take care the boat will not capsize.
    • To upset; overturn (a boat or vessel).
    • to maneuver (a hogshead or other vessel) forward by turning it alternatively in the heads.
    • start to see the plant.

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