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sea

noun   /siː/
A1 a large area of salt water mar I’d like to live by the sea. We went swimming in the sea.
Sea
a particular area of salt water mar the Black Sea
(Definition of sea from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sea

noun /siː/
(often with the) the mass of salt water covering most of the Earth’s surface mar I enjoy swimming in the sea over land and sea The sea is very deep here (also adjective) A whale is a type of large sea animal.
a particular area of sea mar the Baltic Sea These fish are found in tropical seas.
a particular state of the sea mar mountainous seas.
seaward adverb ( seawards)
towards the sea; away from the land hacia el mar The yacht left the harbour and sailed seawards.
seaboard noun
the seacoast litoral the eastern seaboard of the United States.
sea breeze noun
a breeze blowing from the sea towards the land. brisa marina
seafaring adjective
of work or travel on ships marinero a seafaring man.
seafood noun
fish, especially shellfish. mariscos
seafront noun
a promenade or part of a town with its buildings facing the sea paseo marítimo a house on the seafront.
sea-going adjective
designed and equipped for travelling on the sea marítimo a sea-going yacht.
seagull noun
a gull. gaviota
sea level noun
the level of the surface of the sea used as a base from which the height of land can be measured nivel del mar three hundred metres above sea level.
sealion noun
a type of large seal. león marino
seaman noun ( plural seamen)
a sailor, especially a member of a ship’s crew who is not an officer. marinero
seaport noun
a port on the coast. puerto de mar
seashell noun
the (empty) shell of a sea creature. concha, caracol de mar
seashore noun
the land close to the sea playa, orilla del mar We took a walk along the seashore.
seasick adjective
ill because of the motion of a ship at sea mareado Were you seasick on the voyage?
seasickness noun
mareo
seaside noun
(usually with the) a place beside the sea orilla del mar We like to go to the seaside in the summer.
sea water noun
salt water from the sea Agua Marina People can’t drink sea water because we can’t make urine that’s saltier than sea water, so we lose more water to carry away the salt.
seaweed noun
plants growing in the sea alga The beach was covered with seaweed.
seaworthy adjective
(opposite unseaworthy) (of a ship) suitably built and in good enough condition to sail at sea en condiciones de navegar a seaworthy vessel.
seaworthiness noun
buen estado para navegar
at sea
on a ship and away from land en alta mar He has been at sea for four months.
puzzled or bewildered desorientado, perdido Can I help you? You seem all at sea.
go to sea
to become a sailor hacerse marinero He wants to go to sea.
put to sea
to leave the land or a port zarpar, hacerse a la mar They planned to put to sea the next day.
(Definition of sea from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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