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nu·cle·ar-pow·ered sub·ma·rine

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  1. nautilus, nuclear submarine, nuclear-powered submarinenoun

    a submarine that is propelled by nuclear power

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  1. nuclear-powered submarine

    A nuclear-powered submarine is a type of underwater naval vessel that is powered by a nuclear reactor. The reactor generates heat which produces steam that drives turbines and provides power for propulsion, and other systems on the sub. Nuclear-powered submarines are capable of operating underwater for extended periods without needing to surface for fuel or air, as the nuclear fuel lasts several years and provides a high level of sustained power. This type of submarine is commonly used for both military and scientific explorations.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of nuclear-powered submarine in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of nuclear-powered submarine in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of nuclear-powered submarine in a Sentence

  1. Jeffrey Lewis:

    ( Kim Jong) said these are all the things that North Korea is going to do and that included a multiple warhead ICBM. a solid-propellant ICBM, launching a military satellite, and even even putting a nuclear-powered submarine to sea, i don't think he's going to stop until that list is completed.


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  • υποβρύχιο με πυρηνική ενέργειαGreek
  • جوہری طاقتور آبدوزUrdu

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