submarine blast

submarine blast

[¦səb·mə′rēn ′blast]
(engineering)
A charge of high explosives fired in boreholes drilled in the rock underwater for dislodging dangerous projections and for deepening channels.
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COST-CUTTING could be behind a submarine blast which killed a mechanic.
The Royal Navy''s newest submarine blasts Tomahawk missiles across North American skies
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