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crew

noun /kruː/
the group of people who work or operate a ship, aeroplane/airplane, bus etc
tripulación
The two-man crew of a light aeroplane escaped injury when it crashed.
used jokingly, a group of people
pandilla, equipo
What an odd crew!
crewcut noun a very short hairstyle
corte de pelo al cepillo
a scary-looking man with a crewcut.
(Definition of crew from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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