Translation of cabin in Spanish:


camarote, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkabɪn//ˈkæbən/


  • 1

    • 1.1Nautical
      (on ship)

      camarote masculine
      • There is over $5 million worth of original artwork on board the liner where four-out-of-five cabins feature private balconies.
      • Most of them had stayed up through the night to help the injured and look for survivors, and most were now on board the ship in their cabins, exhausted and asleep.
      • In addition to the holds, the forecastle, bridge-island, engine room, and stern cabins offer the diver interesting places to explore.
      • Therefore they rushed to the vessel and hoped to be transported timely, and were willing to be placed outside the cabins or on the ship's deck.
      • They were each found in separate cabins, or compartments of the ship, for which a function could be determined by association with the artefacts found.
      • It is possible to enter the cabins and engine room of this wreck, there is even a stove sitting in the galley.
      • The ship has cabins for all the crew, who are mostly Filipino or Syrian, and Pat often spends time on the ship.
      • Although pirates would search the ship's cabins for gold and silver, the main loot consisted of cargo such as grain, molasses, and kegs of rum.
      • Located where the ship's cabaret used to be, the cabins share a private deck area and hot tub just forward of the stem.
      • The options are these: If you definitely want to be alone in a single cabin, first look for a ship that has single cabins.
      • The 44,200-tonne ship will have 148 cabins, 364 beds and travel at 22 knots.
      • With the view of the sea from your window, it's rather like being in a cabin on a cruise ship.
      • Profits from the sale of the ship's cabins go to his foundation.
      • The captain takes us on a guided tour, and the ship's various cabins and state-rooms are laid open to us in cross-section.
      • The ‘ship’ is equipped with a bridge, crew's cabins and engine and lower deck compartments to make the training as authentic as possible.
      • The large white ship has 435 cabins with a lower berth capacity of 700 passengers and a crew of about the same number.
      • There were endless corridors, with doors leading to private cabins, and the occasional public space, such as a plunge pool.
      • Mid ship cabins are generally more expensive than those at the front or rear of the ship.
      • Flights from either Edinburgh or Glasgow to New York on October 29 are included, and you get a balcony cabin on board the ship.
      • You are better off being prosperous and paying tax than going down in the first-class cabins of a sinking ship.

    • 1.2Nautical
      (in small boat)

      cabina feminine
      camarote masculine

  • 2

    Aerospace Aviation Motor Vehicles
    cabina feminine
    before noun cabin baggage / luggage equipaje de mano masculine
    • In the cabin of an aircraft, as all members know, it is quite confined, and it was not possible to crawl across the seats to get at the guy.
    • All passengers, regardless of their risk, should move around in their seats and in the aircraft cabin as much as possible during the journey.
    • Such attire is all right in its place, but not in the cramped, claustrophobic conditions of an aircraft cabin.
    • Rapid travel in small aircraft cabins, and increased trade and commerce facilitate a lightning worldwide spread.
    • The shuttle jolted again, and an explosion ripped through the rear bulkhead of the passenger cabin.
    • Chemical pesticides were routinely sprayed in passenger cabins on flights to the Caribbean, Latin America, and the South Pacific.
    • A definitive list of items now banned from aircraft cabins has been released and passengers are urged to comply with the new requirements.
    • An aircraft cabin can be dehydrating, which can increase the risk of deep vein thrombosis.
    • Present international requirements allow the pressure in the cabins of these aircraft to be reduced to the equivalent of 8000 feet.
    • This might explain why someone working in a nightclub or aircraft cabin could be at a higher risk of catching the disease.
    • Now we've added a new element of potential violence and brutality into the aircraft cabin.
    • The heating and ventilating system served the pilots' compartment as well as the passenger cabin.
    • Passengers entered the cabin through a doorway on the left side of the fuselage.
    • Passengers on a Manchester bound flight from America wrestled a man to the floor after he allegedly went on a rampage in the cabin of the aircraft.
    • At the time, one could carry one's reed knife inside one's oboe case into the cabin of the aircraft.
    • As the door closed, he noticed one of the flight attendants watching him as she hurried toward the passenger cabin.
    • With the advent of pressurized cabins, the aircraft would be able to fly higher without the requisite oxygen aboard.
    • Being born is like being tossed out of the luxurious first class cabin of a cruising aircraft.
    • Customers can now take a virtual tour of the aircraft cabins, book flights, order special meals and duty-free items and look up jobs in the airline, online.
    • The European Commission has drawn up a list of items to be banned from aircraft cabins.
  • 3

    cabaña feminine
    (in motel) bungalow masculine
    • For exterior coverings of houses, cabins, or other habitable structures, many organizations have used treated plywood.
    • It's ideal for remote vacation cabins with no electricity or areas prone to power outages.
    • With winter approaching, we were happy to be housed in cabins rather than tents.
    • Wingdims will live in houses, huts, cabins, or any other shelter, they have a wonderful relationship with nature and everything around them.
    • But much of England is densely populated and there could never been enough cabins and huts to house us all; our architectural sprawl needs some containment, a bit of planning.
    • These wooden cabins evoke a rustic connection with American history and the beautiful natural environment.
    • Written almost entirely on the back porch of a remote cabin, the laid-back organic nature of the record is no surprise.
    • There is suitably rustic accommodation around here - wooden lodges and cabins with utterly unspoiled views of lake and mountains.
    • But mostly shelter is house or cabin or tent - a wall between us and the other of the land around us.
    • My daughter liked to pod them each night at the wooden table in our cabin.
    • Clustered around it are a choice of ecodwellings, including wooden cabins on stilts, clay huts with thatched roofs, large tepees and round tents sleeping one.
    • This cabin had a tree house, so I went up there to read for a bit and take a nap.
    • A group of people discover a book of the dead and unleash gore filled horror upon themselves in a remote cabin.
    • The banished will be flown to a second cabin on another remote island.
    • Several walkways have been developed and cabins provided for shelter along the riverbanks and there is also a large hospitality cabin where lunches are served.
    • The two-storey cabins have dark wooden interiors with wraparound walkways and a large front veranda.
    • People own, co-own or rent small, low-impact wooden cabins dotted all over the countryside.
    • Could you not get a cheap flight to somewhere beachy, take off your shoes, find a wooden cabin and a man to cook you curry, for a fraction of the cost?
    • Summer campers are housed in cabins of twenty-five, each constructed to represent a different country - Korea, Japan, Russia.
    • Five friends spend a holiday together in a remote cabin in the woods.
  • 4British

    (driver's cab)
    cabina (del conductor) feminine