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English translation of 'marinero'

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marinero

adjective
1.  = marino adjective
2.  [gente] seafaring
3.  [barco] seaworthy
4. 
a la marinera sailor-fashion
mejillones a la marinera (Cookery) moules marinières
masculine noun
(gen) sailormariner (literary)
(hombre de mar) seafarerseaman
gorra de marinero sailor’s cap
traje de marinero sailor suit
niños vestidos de marinero children in sailor suits
see also marinera

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Example Sentences Including 'marinero'

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Alli empezaba el barrio marinero , con la capilla de San Miguel y San Pedro.
Ana María Matute La Virgen de Antioquía y otros cuentos
Entre ver un cuadro con la firma evidente formando la cinta del gorro marinero y aprehender todos su(s) significado(s).
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Es posible que también tras este cuaderno y esta firma haya otro nombre y otra voz que no puedo decir, como cantaba el marinero del romance, sino a quien conmigo va.
Antonio Muñoz Molina Diario del Nautilus
Macario, un avezado marinero de la lucha de clases, con melancolía de tierra adentro, también fue el primero en descubrir gaviotas en Madrid.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Maya en traje marinero es uno de los 150 retratos del inventor del cubismo que se exponen en París, en una muestra monográfica que va a ser el faro del otoño cultural parisino.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
O sea, que es la película más cara de la historia, en la que el actor será un marinero mutante que salva a la Humanidad de sí misma.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Y que del mar la sacó un marinero y que el marinero llegó a Gibraltar ".
Gabriel García Márquez Obra periodística. Vol 1. Textos costeños

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In Common Usage. marinero is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'marinero' 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

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Translation of marinero from the Collins Spanish to English
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