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Meaning of “cruiser” - Learner’s Dictionary

cruiser

noun [C]     /ˈkruːzər/
WAR SHIP
a large military ship used in warsThe NavyPassenger, cargo and military shipsBoats and sailing craft
BOAT ( also cabin cruiser,     )
a motor boat with a room for people to sleep inPassenger, cargo and military shipsBoats and sailing craft
Translations of “cruiser”
in Chinese (Traditional) 戰艦, 巡洋艦…
in Russian крейсер, катер, яхта…
in Turkish kruvazör, büyük savaş gemisi, yat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 战舰, 巡洋舰…
in Polish krążownik, jacht motorowy…
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