Traducción de oceangoing en Español:


transatlántico, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈoʊʃ(ə)nˌɡoʊɪŋ//ˈəʊʃ(ə)nɡəʊɪŋ/


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    (vessel) transatlántico
    (experience) de navegación oceánica
    (experience) de navegación de altura
    • At times there could be 100 ocean-going ships in harbour - goods were on sale in her warehouses from around the world.
    • The boats look pretty dangerous as they are not ocean-going vessels.
    • Ballast water carried by ocean-going vessels is a major factor in the introduction of non-native organisms to marine eco-systems.
    • In Great Britain an ocean-going vessel, the Savoy Theatre, and the House of Commons were all lit by electric lamps in 1881.
    • About 40 ocean-going ships are tied up together at Benecia, an impressive sight this far inland.
    • Seven major rivers cross Suriname, many partly navigable by large ocean-going ships.
    • Germany has 30 shipyards still in operation, although only about 10 of those make huge, ocean-going vessels like ro-ro ferries.
    • The United States is a very attractive market, easy to access by ocean-going vessels and river barges.
    • The third edition in 1989 saw the exit of windsurfers and more accent on keelboats, with ocean-going yachts arriving from many points.
    • This mini-workshop is run by Anna Woolf, who has built three ocean-going yachts and has sailed solo around the world.
    • Many ocean-going vessels bring in foreign goods through the Bay's ports to trade with the United States.
    • Univan oversees the day to day control of more than 100 ocean-going ships.
    • They were used to repair large ocean-going liners, tugs and dredgers over the years.
    • Munitions are switched from ocean-going vessels to smaller craft that make the risky 1,900-km run to Sri Lanka's northeastern coast.
    • The three ships represent a tiny percentage of the 80 to 100 ocean-going vessels entering Hong Kong each day.
    • Wooden boats are expensive to keep up and as trading vessels they cannot compete with metal-hulled, ocean-going ships.
    • Normally, people come to New Zealand on regularly scheduled commercial flights or ocean-going ships.
    • The world's last ocean-going paddle steamer set sail again just hours after it was feared her hull had been damaged off the Mull of Kintrye.
    • The Thais immediately interned and later seized as war reparations no less than 12 ocean-going ships of the North German Line.
    • They are then smuggled on to small boats that connect to larger ocean-going vessels out at sea.