kedge|kedged|kedges|kedging in English
move a boat by pulling on a rope connected to an anchor (Nautical)
Use "kedge|kedged|kedges|kedging" in a sentence
1. Kedge escorted Streisand on a tour of the house.
2. The Kedge Safety anchor, by contrast, is attached to the roof by causing its rosette component to adhere to the bituminous roof cladding.
3. The defendants find support for their argument in the fact that the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry has been considering the grant of a European technical approval in accordance with Article 8 et seq. of Directive 89/106 for the Kedge Safety anchor device since 2007. (8)