Portuguese translation of 'seaman'
seaman[ˈsiːmən] (irreg: like man)
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Example Sentences Including 'seaman'
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Marriage to a merchant seaman in 2004 put her on course for work by the coast.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
There followed a short spell as a merchant seaman.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
His father was a merchant seaman and his mother a cleaner.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
My dad was a merchant seaman.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
But it sounds the ideal position for able seaman Prescott.The Sun (2006)
His father, a merchant seaman, had boxed in the navy while his mother swam competitively.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
His father was a merchant seaman and killed during the Great War.STUART: A Life Backwards (2005)
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'seaman' in Other Languages
British English: seaman /ˈsiːmən/ NOUN
A seaman is a sailor.
The men all work as seamen.
- American English: seaman
- Arabic: بَحَّار
- Brazilian Portuguese: marinheiro
- Chinese: 海员
- Croatian: pomorac
- Czech: námořník
- Danish: sømand
- Dutch: zeeman
- European Spanish: marino
- Finnish: merimies
- French: marin
- German: Seemann
- Greek: ναυτικός
- Italian: marinaio
- Japanese: 船乗り
- Korean: 선원
- Norwegian: sjømann
- Polish: marynarz
- European Portuguese: marinheiro
- Romanian: marinar
- Russian: моряк
- Spanish: marino
- Swedish: sjöman
- Thai: ลูกเรือ
- Turkish: denizci
- Ukrainian: моряк
- Vietnamese: thủy thủ
Translation of seaman from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary