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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…
(Definition of run away to sea from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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