marino mercante translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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marino

  
a       adj   sea    antes de s  , marine  
pez marino      sea fish  
fauna marina      marine life, sea creatures    pl     
b       sm   (=marinero)   sailor, seaman  
(=oficial)  
naval officer  
   marino mercante          merchant seaman
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
sea fish
nm.
sea urchin
nm.
sea floor
nm.
market ship
[BIZ]
nf.
merchant marine
[BIZ]
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"marino mercante": examples and translations in context
Están todos los trajes de marino mercante... salvo un bombin talla sietey un octavo. All merchant marine outfits have been accounted for... except one derby hat, size seven and an eighth.
Su esfínter tenía el agarre de un marino mercante. Her sphincter had the grip of a merchant marine.
Cuando lleguemos a Calais, desapareceré, conseguiré un barco, como marino mercante. When we get to Calais, I'll disappear, get a ship somewhere, as a merchant seaman.
Y por supuesto todos los recibos y cualquier nota de débito firmada... ...por mi mismo como un marino mercante será honrada por el gobierno Britanico. And of course all bills and any notes of debt signed by myself as a merchant seaman will be honored by the British government.
Soy un marino mercante quien cría perros elegantes. I'm al uh, hipping merchant whraises fancy dogs.
Virginida, por un barco marino mercante, a algunos 565Km del lugar. Virginia by a Merchant Marine vessel, some 370 miles away.
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