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seaman

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsiːmən/ ( plural seamen)
a sailorThe NavyOccupations and tradesPeople who work on boats and shipsRanks in the Navy
Translations of “seaman”
in Korean 뱃사람, 선원…
in Arabic بَحّار…
in Portuguese marinheiro…
in Catalan mariner…
in Japanese 船員, 船乗り…
in Italian marinaio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 海員, 水手, 水兵…
in Russian моряк…
in Turkish denizci…
in Chinese (Simplified) 海员, 水手, 水兵…
in Polish marynarz…
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