In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(submarine) hacer una rápida inmersión de emergencia
- Anyway, Brick's good piloting brought the sub back in view, now crash-diving to yet away.
- If the submarine had come under attack, both men would have quickly drowned with no hope of escape as their boat crash-dived.
- Often, in the mid-Atlantic, after forcing U-boats to crash-dive, carrier planes dropped homing torpedoes on the submarines.
- These allowed a submarine to surface and crash dive without having to send out crewmen to dismantle the mast in an emergency.
2(aircraft) caer en picada(aircraft) caer en picado Spain
1sumersión de emergencia feminine
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