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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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nauticalnau‧ti‧cal /ˈnɔːtɪkəl $ ˈnɒː-/ adjective  TTWrelating to ships, boats, or sailing nautical equipment
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nauticalLittle about the stateroom was nautical.What if William and the Watch went down together in some nautical disaster on the next trial?Between them, they have it all: restaurants, historic sights, clothing shops, nautical exhibits.Brilliant white walls and shimmering blue paintwork give the hallway a jaunty nautical feel.Old-fashioned bistro atmosphere with nautical flavour.Each tube can hold a Trident missile with up to eight nuclear warheads that can be flung 4,000 nautical miles.The Tomahawk had a range of 500 nautical miles.
From Longman Business Dictionarynauticalnau‧ti‧cal /ˈnɔːtɪkəlˈnɒː-/ adjective connected with ships or sailinga nautical information database used for making charts
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