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French-English translation for: [navire]
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French English
aviat. naut. avarié {adj} [navire, avion]damaged [ship, aircraft]
échoué {adj} [navire, baleine, etc.]aground [ship]
Verbs
naut. abattre [navire]to veer round [ship]
aborder [voyageur, navire]to land [traveller, ship]
naut. accoster qc. [quai, navire]to draw alongside sth.
armer qc. [bateau, navire, etc.]to fit sth. out [boat, ship etc.]
aviat. naut. arraisonner qc. [navire, avion]to board and inspect sth. [ship, aircraft]
comm. naut. couler [navire, enterprise]to go under [e.g. ship, business]
naut. couler qc. [navire]to sink sth.
naut. courir [navire]to sail
naut. délester qc. [navire]to get rid of the ballast from sth.
naut. désarmer qc. [navire]to lay sth. up [ship]
détourner qc. [avion, navire]to hijack sth.
naut. fuir [navire]to sail into the distance
naut. jauger qc. [navire]to have a tonnage of sth.
naut. parer qc. [navire]to steer clear of sth.
naut. périr [navire]to go down
aviat. naut. piloter qc. [avion, navire]to navigate sth.
naut. piloter qc. [navire]to steer sth.
naut. tech. radouber qc. [navire]to repair sth. [ship's hull]
naut. s'aborder [navire]to collide
naut. sillonner qc. [navire]to sail to and fro across sth.
Nouns
commandes {f.pl} [avion, navire, etc.]
2
controls [plane, ship etc.]
naut. épave {f} [carcasse de navire]
2
wreck [remains of a ship]
naut. baliseur {m} [navire]buoy-layer
naut. cadre {m} [navire]berth
naut. cadre {m} [navire]bunk
capture {f} [arrestation, action d'attraper un animal, une ville, un navire, etc.]capture [act of capturing]
naut. chaloupe {f} [petite embarcation de sauvetage sur un navire]lifeboat
naut. cloison {f} [de navire]bulkhead
comm. market. naut. lancement {m} [de navire, compagnie, campagne, d'offensive]launching
hist. naut. nef {f} [vieux] [navire]ship
mil. naut. patrouilleur {m} [navire]patrol boat
naut. voilier {m} [grand navire]yacht
naut. voilier {m} [grand navire]sailing ship
2 Words: Nouns
naut. chasse-marée {m} [navire]chasse-marée [ship]
naut. water-ballast {m} [d'un navire]water ballast tank
3 Words: Verbs
naut. filer 20 nœuds [navire]to do 20 knots
naut. longer la côté [navire]to sail close to the coastline
naut. parcourir une région [navire]to sail through a region
naut. parer à virer [navire]to prepare to go about [ship]
naut. rallier la terre [navire]to make landfall
naut. s'enfoncer dans l'eau [navire]to sink
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