There are 2 main translations of brig in Spanish

: brig1Brig2

brig1

bergantín, n.

Pronunciation /brɪɡ//brɪɡ/

noun

  • 1

    (ship)
    bergantín masculine
    • We sailed out after the brig.
    • ‘A brig has sailed from here,’ says a letter from Ibiza.
    • He arrived in South Australia on his own ship, the brig New Holland.
    • She must have been taken from the retrieval ship directly to the brig.
    • Back they went to Sydney to find another ship, this time on the brig Elizabeth.
    • The captain of the brig listened attentively.
    • The local fishing caravels and brigs appeared small and insignificant, overshadowed by the tall ships.
    • One tremendously successful ship design was the two-masted brig of war.
    • The final fifteen men survived for another five days until their rescue by the Argus brig, a ship in the Medusa convoy.
    • Drastic measures were clearly needed to prevent these disasters and two small brigs were made ready.
    • Several men boarded the brig Geddes, at anchor in the Chester River.
    • The line to be captured totaled almost 40 kilometers in length, which was in excess of the combat capabilities of two brigs.
    • ‘Diary of a Ship’ is 11 minutes following the Lady Washington, the brig that ‘played’ the Interceptor.
    • The captain and his crew on the brig Elizabeth exchanged a cargo of flax for transport to Akaroa.
    • This two-masted 225 ton wooden brig, built in 1840, also was the victim of gale-force winds.
    • Sixteen were barques and brigs engaged in foreign trade.
    • A year later a group of American sealers arrived aboard the brig Union.
    • All day and night the good brig Quedagh Merchant bobbed and weaved through the winter's stormy blast.
  • 2US

    (prison)
    calabozo masculine
    • I'm pretty sure they could sell that information for something juicy in the brig.
    • I shuddered, thinking of my own vacation in the brig.
    • Instead, he simply said, ‘You enjoyed your stay in the brig?’
    • And YOU need to remember, Nelal, you are a civilian, and I can have you thrown in the brig for such conduct.
    • The Army doesn't send all refuseniks to the brig.
    • After being left in the brig for a few days the captain finally came to retrieve her.
    • Escort Mr Spencer to the brig, and make sure Miss Fellows knows what she needs to.
    • Start getting to work or I'll send you all down to the brig!
    • You've saved a pirate from the brig, helped him find his hat and now you're talking surgery to him.
    • Didn't I leave you and yer friends in the brig.
    • ‘No good trying to escape me, miss,’ he said and dragged her back down to the brig.
    • They picked him up in 2002, locked him away in a military brig, finally brought charges a month ago.
    • He wouldn't tell me what he had done to deserve to be locked in the brig.
    • They entered the brig and locked the door behind them.
    • ‘Do not make me lock you up in the brig again,’ he threatened, putting on his boots.
    • I've seen my fair share of brigs and prisons and I've seen them on both sides of the wall.
    • Anyone caught dilly dallying will be sent to the brig without question!
    • A security team lead the prisoners off to the brig.
    • Then you'll find yourselves in the brig awaiting trial, young man.
    • Back talk again, and you will be clamped in irons and thrown in the brig until we get to the next port.

There are 2 main translations of brig in Spanish

: brig1Brig2

Brig2

  • 1

    (UK title)
    • Brigadier