Translation of keelhaul in Spanish:


pasar por la quilla, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkiːlhɔːl//ˈkilˌhɔl/

transitive verb

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    pasar por la quilla
    • He might surface, gasp for air and taunting by his pirate comrades and then be keelhauled back underwater.
    • Flogging, branding, keelhauling, locking sailors in chains, walking the plank, and hanging were used in this era.
    • Once they were out at sea, Grapple was keelhauled every night for a fortnight.
    • The head and body of the keelhauled will constantly smash against the keel.
    • Then, his blue eyes narrowed a bit, ‘And if I hear any rumors to the contrary, I'll keelhaul you and anyone else that has any part of it!!’