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run away to sea

( also go to sea)
(especially of a boy or young man) to leave your family and become a sailor
(男孩或年轻男子离家)当海员,当水手
My grandfather ran away to sea when he was twelve.
我的祖父在十二岁时就离家去当水手。
People who work on boats and shipsDeparting
Translations of “run away to sea”
in Chinese (Traditional) (男孩或年輕男子離家)當海員,當水手…
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