Definition of “crew” - English Dictionary

(Definition of “crew” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“crew” in American English

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crewnoun [ C/U ]

us /kru/

all the people who work together, esp. to operate a ship or aircraft, or all the people of lower rank:

[ U ] The captain and crew would like to welcome you on board.
[ C ] Jack worked on a road-repair crew.

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“crew” in Business English

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crewnoun [ C, usually singular ]

uk /kruː/ us

a group of people who work together, especially all those who work on and operate a ship, plane, etc.:

an ambulance/lifeboat crew
a TV/film/camera crew
The aircraft has/carries a crew of seven.

the people who work on a ship, plane, etc. who are not officers:

Apart from the 10 officers, a crew of 90 looks after the 300 passengers.

(Definition of “crew” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)