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ship

  

      n  
1    a vessel propelled by engines or sails for navigating on the water, esp. a large vessel that cannot be carried aboard another, as distinguished from a boat  
2      (Nautical)   a large sailing vessel with three or more square-rigged masts  
3    the crew of a ship  
4       short for       airship       spaceship  
5    Informal   any vehicle or conveyance  
6    when one's ship comes in   when one has become successful or wealthy  
      vb   , ships, shipping, shipped  
7    to place, transport, or travel on any conveyance, esp. aboard a ship  
ship the microscopes by aeroplane, can we ship tomorrow?     
8    tr     (Nautical)   to take (water) over the side  
9    to bring or go aboard a vessel  
to ship oars     
10    tr; often foll by: off  
Informal   to send away, often in order to be rid of  
they shipped the children off to boarding school     
11    intr   to engage to serve aboard a ship  
I shipped aboard a Liverpool liner        (See also)        ship out  
     (Old English scip; related to Old Norse skip, Old High German skif ship, scipfi cup)  
  shippable      adj  


about-ship  
      vb   , -ships, -shipping, -shipped   intr     (Nautical)   to manoeuvre a vessel onto a new tack  
capital ship  
      n   one of the largest and most heavily armed ships in a naval fleet  
factory ship  
      n   a fishing boat that processes the fish that are caught  
fire ship  
      n   a vessel loaded with explosives and used, esp. formerly, as a bomb by igniting it and directing it to drift among an enemy's warships  
free alongside ship  
      adj   (of a shipment of goods) delivered to the dock without charge to the buyer, but excluding the cost of loading onto the vessel  
   Compare       free on board     (Abbrevs.)    FAS, f.a.s     (Also)    free alongside vessel  
liberty ship  
      n   a supply ship of World War II  
mother ship  
      n   a ship providing facilities and supplies for a number of small vessels  
Q-ship  
      n   a merchant ship with concealed guns, used to decoy enemy ships into the range of its weapons  
     (named from q(uery))  
sailing ship  
      n   a large sailing vessel  
school ship  
      n   a ship for training young men in seamanship, for a career in the regular or merchant navy  
-ship  
      suffix forming nouns  
1    indicating state or condition  
fellowship     
2    indicating rank, office, or position  
lordship     
3    indicating craft or skill  
horsemanship, workmanship, scholarship     
     (Old English -scipe; compare shape)  
ship-broker  
      n   a person who acts for a shipowner by getting cargo and passengers for his ships and also handling insurance and other matters  
ship chandler  
      n   a person or business dealing in supplies for ships  
  ship chandlery      n  
ship money  
      n     (English history)   a tax levied to finance the fitting out of warships: abolished 1640  
ship of the line  
      n     (Nautical)   (formerly) a warship large enough to fight in the first line of battle  
ship out  
      vb   adv   to depart or cause to depart by ship  
we shipped out at dawn, they shipped out the new recruits     
ship-rigged  
      adj   rigged as a full-rigged ship  
ship's articles   , shipping articles  
      pl n   a type of contract by which sailors agree to the conditions, payment, etc., for the ship in which they are going to work  
ship's biscuit  
      n      another name for       hardtack  
ship's boy  
      n   a young man or boy employed to attend the needs of passengers or officers aboard ship  
ship's papers  
      pl n   the documents that are required by law to be carried by a ship for the purpose of ascertaining details of her ownership, nationality, destination, and cargo or to prove her neutrality  
slave ship  
      n   a ship used to transport slaves, esp. formerly from Africa to the New World  
tall ship  
      n   any square-rigged sailing ship  
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motor vessel   , ship         
      n   a ship whose main propulsion system is a diesel or other internal-combustion engine  


about-ship  
      vb   , -ships, -shipping, -shipped   intr     (Nautical)   to manoeuvre a vessel onto a new tack  
capital ship  
      n   one of the largest and most heavily armed ships in a naval fleet  
factory ship  
      n   a fishing boat that processes the fish that are caught  
fire ship  
      n   a vessel loaded with explosives and used, esp. formerly, as a bomb by igniting it and directing it to drift among an enemy's warships  
free alongside ship  
      adj   (of a shipment of goods) delivered to the dock without charge to the buyer, but excluding the cost of loading onto the vessel  
   Compare       free on board     (Abbrevs.)    FAS, f.a.s     (Also)    free alongside vessel  
liberty ship  
      n   a supply ship of World War II  
mother ship  
      n   a ship providing facilities and supplies for a number of small vessels  
Q-ship  
      n   a merchant ship with concealed guns, used to decoy enemy ships into the range of its weapons  
     (named from q(uery))  
sailing ship  
      n   a large sailing vessel  
school ship  
      n   a ship for training young men in seamanship, for a career in the regular or merchant navy  
ship  
      n  
1    a vessel propelled by engines or sails for navigating on the water, esp. a large vessel that cannot be carried aboard another, as distinguished from a boat  
2      (Nautical)   a large sailing vessel with three or more square-rigged masts  
3    the crew of a ship  
4       short for       airship       spaceship  
5    Informal   any vehicle or conveyance  
6    when one's ship comes in   when one has become successful or wealthy  
      vb   , ships, shipping, shipped  
7    to place, transport, or travel on any conveyance, esp. aboard a ship  
ship the microscopes by aeroplane, can we ship tomorrow?     
8    tr     (Nautical)   to take (water) over the side  
9    to bring or go aboard a vessel  
to ship oars     
10    tr; often foll by: off  
Informal   to send away, often in order to be rid of  
they shipped the children off to boarding school     
11    intr   to engage to serve aboard a ship  
I shipped aboard a Liverpool liner        (See also)        ship out  
     (Old English scip; related to Old Norse skip, Old High German skif ship, scipfi cup)  
  shippable      adj  
-ship  
      suffix forming nouns  
1    indicating state or condition  
fellowship     
2    indicating rank, office, or position  
lordship     
3    indicating craft or skill  
horsemanship, workmanship, scholarship     
     (Old English -scipe; compare shape)  
ship-broker  
      n   a person who acts for a shipowner by getting cargo and passengers for his ships and also handling insurance and other matters  
ship chandler  
      n   a person or business dealing in supplies for ships  
  ship chandlery      n  
ship money  
      n     (English history)   a tax levied to finance the fitting out of warships: abolished 1640  
ship of the line  
      n     (Nautical)   (formerly) a warship large enough to fight in the first line of battle  
ship out  
      vb   adv   to depart or cause to depart by ship  
we shipped out at dawn, they shipped out the new recruits     
ship-rigged  
      adj   rigged as a full-rigged ship  
ship's articles   , shipping articles  
      pl n   a type of contract by which sailors agree to the conditions, payment, etc., for the ship in which they are going to work  
ship's biscuit  
      n      another name for       hardtack  
ship's boy  
      n   a young man or boy employed to attend the needs of passengers or officers aboard ship  
ship's papers  
      pl n   the documents that are required by law to be carried by a ship for the purpose of ascertaining details of her ownership, nationality, destination, and cargo or to prove her neutrality  
slave ship  
      n   a ship used to transport slaves, esp. formerly from Africa to the New World  
tall ship  
      n   any square-rigged sailing ship  

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ship

  
  
boat, craft, vessel  

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that ship has sailed exp.
expression used to describe a lost opportunity or something that is unlikely to happen in the current circumstances

Ejemplo

He couldn't play tennis anymore after his accident. That ship has sailed for him.

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n.
1) a boat or ship or such vessels collectively 2) skill in handling boats or in water sports

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