blade - a wide, flat part on a machine, used to push back water or air, self-sufficient - able to produce enough for one's own needs, ailing - in poor health; having problems or getting weaker, propeller - a mechanical device that rotates to push against air or wate, venture - a business project or activity, especially one that involves taking risks, saline - of or containing salt, hostile - unfavorable, aggressive; making it difficult for something to happen or to be achieved, subsidiary - connected with something but less important than it; supplemental, additional, secondary or subordinate, jointly - together with one or more other parties, undercut - to sell goods or services at a lower price than your competitors, prospect - the possibility or likelihood of some future event occurring, indented - not even, because parts of it are missing or have been cut away, reliable - trustworthy, dependable, credible, intermittent - stopping and beginning again, not continuous, sporadic, channel - a strait or narrow sea between two close landmasses, extent - An amount or degree,

EAP5A Tidal Power Vocabulary


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