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hull

noun [C] uk   /hʌl/ us  
the body or frame of a ship, most of which goes under the water

hull

verb [T] uk   /hʌl/ ( US also shuck) us  
to remove the covering or the stem and leaves from some fruits, vegetables, and seeds: We sat in the garden hulling strawberries.
Translations of “hull”
in Spanish casco…
in French coque…
in German der Rumpf…
in Chinese (Traditional) 船體, 船身…
in Russian корпус (корабля)…
in Turkish gemi/tekne gövdesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 船体, 船壳…
in Polish kadłub…
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