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Translation of "ship" - English-Spanish dictionary

ship

noun /ʃip/
a large boat
barco, buque, navío, embarcación
The ship sank and all the passengers and crew were drowned.
any of certain types of transport that fly a spaceship. shipment noun a load of goods sent by sea
consignación
a shipment of wine from Portugal.
the sending of goods by sea.
embarque, envío, transporte
shipper noun a person who arranges for goods to be shipped
consignador
a firm of shippers.
shipping noun ships taken as a whole
flota
The harbour was full of shipping.
ship-broker noun an agent whose job is to buy or sell ships.
agente marítimo
an insurance agent for ships.
agente marítimo
shipbuilder noun a person whose business is the construction of ships
constructor de buques
a firm of shipbuilders.
shipbuilding noun
construcción de buques
(also adjective) the shipbuilding industry.
shipowner noun a person or company that owns a ship or ships.
armador, naviero
shipshape adjective in good order
en buen orden
She left everything shipshape in her room when she left.
shipwreck noun the accidental sinking or destruction of a ship
naufragio
There were many shipwrecks on the rocky coast.
a wrecked ship
naufragio
an old shipwreck on the shore.
shipyard noun a place where ships are built or repaired.
astillero
ship water (of a boat) to let water in over the side
hacer agua
The boat shipped water and nearly capsized.
(Definition of ship from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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