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The wing of a submarine, used to help control depth
: A specific type of motorboat used exclusively for racing
A hydrofoil
To skim the surface of a body of water while moving at high speed

Don't drive too fast on wet roads or the car may hydroplane and cause you to lose control of the vehicle.

A seaplane
Of a boat, to plane (see Plane, below)
glide on the water in a hydroplane
{i} light motorboat designed to skim above the water at high speeds with only the rear part of its hull touching the water; seaplane; vessel equipped with hydrofoils
A projecting plane or fin on a gliding boat to lift the moving boat on top of the water; also, a gliding boat
A plane, or any of a number of planes, projecting from the hull of a submarine boat, which by being elevated or depressed cause the boat, when going ahead, to sink or rise, after the manner of an aëroplane
A hydroplane is a speedboat which rises out of the water when it is travelling fast
A specific type of motorboat used exclusively for racing
hydroplane racing
racing in high-speed motor boats
Tires, a loss of steering or braking control when a layer of water prevents direct contact between road vehicle or aircraft tires and the road or runway surface
past of hydroplane
plural of hydroplane
The condition in which moving aircraft tires are separated from pavement surfaces by steam and/or water, liquid rubber film, resulting in loss of mechanical braking effectiveness
When an automobile is driven fast on wet roads, especially if it has worn-out tires, a cushion of water can build up under the tires, preventing the rubber from contacting the road This is very scary and dangerous, because it leads to a total loss of traction Fortunately for cyclists, this cannot happen to a bicycle; they don't go fast enough, nor have a large enough contact patch, nor do the tires run at a low enough pressure to make hydroplaning possible An ill-founded fear of hydroplaning often leads people to buy bicycle tires with inefficient tread patterns, when they would be better off with slicks
loss of contact between a tire and a deck surface when the tire planes or glides on a film of water covering the deck
– is riding on a thin layer of water when there is water on the road Too much speed and not enough tire tread or pressure may lead to lack of contact with the road and steering and braking are then affected
The accumulation of water in a film under the footprint which causes a tire to lift from the road surface, losing traction Hydroplaning is affected by vehicle speed, tread pattern, and water depth
present participle of hydroplane