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French-English translation for: ship
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Dictionary French English: ship

Translation 1 - 39 of 39

NOUN   a ship | ships
VERB  to ship | shipped | shipped ... 
SYNO   to embark | to ship | to send ... 
navire {m}
bateau {m}ship
hist. naut. nef {f} [vieux] [navire]ship
2 Words: Nouns
naut. bâtiment {m}(large) ship
naut. naufrageur {m}(ship) wrecker
dr. naut. pilleur {m} d'épaves(ship) wrecker
naut. naufrageuse {f}(ship) wrecker [female]
dr. naut. pilleuse {f} d'épaves(ship) wrecker [female]
naut. cargo {m}cargo ship
comm. naut. transp. bateau {m} de marchandisecargo ship
naut. garde-côte {m}coastguard ship
naut. tourisme bateau {m} de croisièrecruise ship
comm. naut. navire {f} de commercemerchant ship
naut. voilier {m} [grand navire]sailing ship
armateur {m}ship owner
constr. naut. construction {f} navaleship-building
naut. moussaillon {m} [fam.]ship's apprentice
naut. mousse {m}ship's apprentice
naut. chaloupe {f}ship's boat
naut. canot {m} de sauvetageship's boat
naut. équipage {m}ship's company
naut. bastingage {m}ship's rail
hist. naut. navire {m} négrierslave ship
comm. naut. vaisseau {m} négrierslave ship
hydro. naut. bateau {m} de recherche hydrographiquesurvey ship
mil. naut. bateau-école {m}training ship
3 Words: Verbs
naut. s'embarquer à bord d'un bateauto board a ship
naut. rallier le bord [marin]to rejoin (one's) ship
naut. redresser le navireto right the ship
Unverified s'arranger [s'améliorer] [affaire, dispute, situation]to right the ship [idiom] [correct a process that was not proceeding properly]
naut. transp. embarquer qc.to transport sth. (by ship)
3 Words: Nouns
naut. navire {m} de haute merocean-going ship
naut. navire {m} en perditionship in distress
4 Words: Nouns
loc. zool. navire {m} du désertship of the desert [camel]
mil. naut. vaisseau {m} de ligneship of the line
5+ Words: Verbs
naut. se réembarquerto go back on board (ship)
naut. rançonner un navireto hold a ship to ransom
naut. écluser un bateauto pass a ship through a lock
5+ Words: Nouns
hist. mil. naut. gabare {f} [vieux]navy service ship in 14C
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