clinker-built(redirected from Clinker (boat building))
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Built with overlapping planks or boards, as a ship.
[From obsolete clinker, clinch-nail, from Middle English clinken, probably variant of clenchen, to clench; see clench.]
(Nautical Terms) (of a boat or ship) having a hull constructed with each plank overlapping that below. Also called: lapstrake Compare carvel-built
[C18 clinker a nailing together, probably from clinch]
having a hull with a shell formed with overlapping strakes.
clinker-built[ˈklɪŋkəˌbɪlt] ADJ (Naut) → de tingladillo
adj (Naut) → klinkergebaut