Definition of 'cabin crew'
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I want to pay tribute to our cabin crew members. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Unite has tens of thousands of female cabin crew members across the major airlines and we will be working with those,' she said. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We are addressing the matter with the cabin crew member involved. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The way it feels like the cabin crew keep casting longing glances at your wallet. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Cabin crew and passengers restrained him for the rest of the flight. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The rodent was spotted at the back of the plane by a cabin crew member. The Sun (2014)It is also looking for cabin crew members willing to defy the call to strike. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She is a cabin crew member. The Sun (2016)The company is hoping to raise 100,000 from its calendar which features stunning cabin crew staff. The Sun (2011)The anger of cabin crew members has been stoked by plans to make a significant cut in pay and conditions offered to new staff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I was ground staff and senior cabin crew for six years. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I cannot understand why they are having a pop at a former cabin crew member. The Sun (2007)The biggest gripe for 26 per cent of cabin crew is passengers who click their fingers at them to get their attention. The Sun (2012)BA remains in talks with other workers, including cabin crew and ground staff. Times, Sunday Times (2009)While pay cuts were settled with pilots and engineers in the past few weeks, there has been no settlement with cabin crew or ground staff. Times, Sunday Times (2009)His demands are met and the 36 passengers and cabin crew are released in Seattle. Times, Sunday Times (2015)For years, cabin crew, ground staff or bag handlers have walked out at the busiest periods. The Sun (2009)A flight to Edinburgh had to make an emergency landing at Gatwick after a drunk passenger attacked cabin crew with her prosthetic leg. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A HOLIDAY jet had to make an emergency landing after a drunken passenger attacked cabin crew with her false leg. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'cabin crew'
British English: cabin crew /ˈkæbɪn kruː/ NOUN
The cabin crew on an aircraft are the people whose job is to look after the passengers.
He was assured by a senior member of the cabin crew that there definitely was not an emergency.
- American English: cabin crew
- Arabic: طَاقِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: tripulação da cabine
- Chinese: 乘务员
- Croatian: posada
- Czech: posádka kabiny letadla
- Danish: kabinepersonale
- Dutch: cabinepersoneel
- European Spanish: tripulación
- Finnish: matkustamohenkilökunta
- French: personnel navigant
- German: Flugbegleitpersonal
- Greek: πλήρωμα καμπίνας
- Italian: equipaggio
- Japanese: 乗務員
- Korean: 객실 승무원
- Norwegian: kabinpersonale
- Polish: obsługa kabiny pasażerskiej
- European Portuguese: tripulação da cabine
- Romanian: personal de la bord
- Russian: бортпроводники
- Spanish: personal de vuelo
- Swedish: kabinpersonal
- Thai: ลูกเรือ
- Turkish: kabin mürettebatı
- Ukrainian: бригада бортпровідників
- Vietnamese: phi hành đoàn
Definition of cabin crew from the Collins English Dictionary
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