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English translation of 'marin'

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marin

[maʀɛ̃ ]
Word forms: marin, marine
adjective
1.  [brise, fonds] sea modif
l’air marin the sea air
2.  [animaux, mammifères] marinesea modif
3.  [réserve, archéologie] marine
4. 
un pull marin a sailor’s jersey
avoir le pied marin to have one’s sea legsto be a good sailor
masculine noun
sailor

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Example Sentences Including 'marin'

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Alors, les enfants, saturées d'autoroute, avides d'air marin, cassent la paix du soir à coups de rires claquants.
Desproges, Pierre Chroniques de la haine ordinaire
Cette complicité avec le grand marin qui s'est toujours employé à faire naviguer des jeunes durera jusqu'au bout.
Le Monde (2001)
Il fallait déjà le soulever, tête en bas, pendu à un palan aux moufles de bois, souvenir d'un ancêtre marin.
Arnaud, Georges-Jean Les moulins à nuages
Ils ne se protègent pas répond, en plein désarroi, Annie, trente-trois ans, femme de marin et mère de trois enfants.
Marie Claire
Mais que l'on soit aux Antilles ou sur la Grande Bleue, il faut avoir le pied marin.
Le Monde (2001)
Un jeune marin, dans un habit trop galonné et trop propre pour être authentique, nous fait signe d'embarquer.
Ergal, Yves-Michel L'offrande musicale
Un médecin monté à bord s'occupe du marin qui pourrait éventuellement être évacué, selon la gravité de son état.
Le Monde (2002)

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'marin' in Other Languages

British English: sailor /ˈseɪlə/ NOUN
A sailor is a person who works on a ship as a member of its crew.
  • American English: sailor
  • Arabic: بَحَّار
  • Brazilian Portuguese: marinheiro
  • Chinese: 水手
  • Croatian: mornar
  • Czech: námořník
  • Danish: sømand
  • Dutch: zeeman
  • European Spanish: marinero
  • Finnish: merimies
  • French: marin
  • German: Matrose
  • Greek: ναύτης
  • Italian: marinaio
  • Japanese: 船員
  • Korean: 선원
  • Norwegian: sjømann
  • Polish: żeglarz
  • European Portuguese: marinheiro
  • Romanian: marinar
  • Russian: моряк
  • Latin American Spanish: marinero
  • Swedish: sjöman
  • Thai: ลูกเรือ
  • Turkish: bahriyeli
  • Ukrainian: моряк
  • Vietnamese: thủy thủ
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
  • Latin American Spanish: marino
  • Swedish: sjöman
  • Thai: ลูกเรือ
  • Turkish: denizci
  • Ukrainian: моряк
  • Vietnamese: thủy thủ
British English: marine ADJECTIVE
Marine is used to describe things relating to the sea or to the animals and plants that live in the sea.
...breeding grounds for marine life.
  • American English: marine
  • Brazilian Portuguese: marinho
  • Chinese: 海洋的
  • European Spanish: marino
  • French: marin
  • German: Meeres-
  • Italian: marino
  • Japanese: 海兵隊員
  • Korean: 바다의
  • European Portuguese: marinho
  • Latin American Spanish: marino

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Translation of marin from the Collins French to English
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