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outdrive

[out-drahyv] /ˈaʊtˌdraɪv/
adjective, noun, Nautical
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  • If the boat is an inboard outdrive and the lower unit is down, raise it before moving the trailer.
  • Also don't forget to have a supply of absorbent materials to handle drips when winterizing the engine, outdrive or gear cases.
  • If outside during a storm, don't try to outdrive a storm.
  • If you have an outdrive, lower the engine to release any residual water.
  • Many people in automobiles have been killed trying to outdrive a tornado.
  • Their fishing net became entangled on the propulsion engine outdrive.

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