- perpendiculars
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*Dictionary of automotive terms.
2015.*

- perpendiculars
- See

*Dictionary of automotive terms.
2015.*

**perpendiculars**— n. vertical line; plumb, instrument used to set a vertical lineperÂ·penÂ·dicÂ·uÂ·lar || â€špÉœrpÉ™n dÉªkjÉ™lÉ™r /â€špÉœËpÉ™n dÉªkjÊŠlÉ™ adj. vertical; plumb, uprightperÂ·penÂ·dicÂ·uÂ·lar || â€špÉœrpÉ™n dÉªkjÉ™lÉ™r /â€špÉœËpÉ™n dÉªkjÊŠlÉ™ … English contemporary dictionary**Length between perpendiculars**— Length between perpendiculars, often abbreviated as p/p, p.p., pp or LBP is a term describing the length of a ship. LBP refers to the length of a vessel along the waterline from the forward surface of the stem, or main bow perpendicular member,… … Wikipedia**between perpendiculars**— See length between perpendiculars … Dictionary of automotive terms**fore perpendiculars**— A vertical line at the intersection of the fore side of the stem and the summer load waterline. (See length between perpendiculars) … Dictionary of automotive terms**forward perpendiculars**— A vertical line at the intersection of the fore side of the stem and the summer load waterline (See length between perpendiculars) … Dictionary of automotive terms**length between perpendiculars**— The length of a ship between the forward and after perpendiculars … Dictionary of automotive terms**length between perpendiculars**— Naut. the length of a hull between the forward and after perpendicular. Cf. perpendicular (def. 11). * * * … Universalium**after perpendiculars**— A vertical line at the intersection of the summer load line and the after side of the rudder post or sternpost, or the centerline of the rudder stock if there is no rudder post or sternpost … Dictionary of automotive terms**length between perpendiculars**— Naut. the length of a hull between the forward and after perpendicular. Cf. perpendicular (def. 11) … Useful english dictionary**Perpendicular**— In geometry, two lines or planes (or a line and a plane), are considered perpendicular (or orthogonal) to each other if they form congruent adjacent angles. The term may be used as a noun or adjective. Thus, referring to Figure 1, the line AB is… … Wikipedia