Nautical Having two propellers, one on either side of the keel, that usually revolve in opposite directions.(adjective)
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Use "twin-screw" in a sentence
"The screeeing sound of the twin-screw fish was enough to raise the hairs on your neck."
"The boat is twin-screw, and the principal dimensions are:"
"Duneen_, although a twin-screw vessel, was not of more than 5,000 tons burden, having been built as a mail carrier for distant ports, in which speed was regarded as the important element in her construction."