To put a vessel into commission

Definition of To put a vessel into commission

(Naut.) to equip and man a government vessel, and send it out on service after it has been laid up; esp., <- to perform ? PCP -> the formal act of taking command of a vessel for service, hoisting the flag, reading the orders, etc.

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To prime a pump
To promise one's self
To propose to one's self
To protest a bill
To publish a will
To pull a finch
To pull and haul
To pull apart
To pull down
To pull in one's horns
To pull off
To pull through
To pull up
To push down
To push on
To put (someone) through one's paces
To put [one] out of conceit with
To put a case
To put a rod in pickle
To put a spoke in one's wheel
-To put a vessel into commission-
To put a vessel out of commission
To put about
To put an end to
To put back
To put forth
To put in
To put in an appearance
To put in for
To put in mind
To put in one's oar
To put in pledge
To put in possession
To put into the chair
To put off
To put on
To put one one's mettle
To put one's back up
To put one's foot down
To put one's foot in one's mouth
To put one's legs under some one's mahogany
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