In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Nautical Aviation tripulación feminineRailways personal masculinecabin/flight crew — personal de cabina/vuelo masculine
- ground crew — personal de tierra
- ten passengers and three crew were killed — murieron diez pasajeros y tres miembros de la tripulación
- before noun crew member — miembro de la tripulación
2(team)equipo masculinethe stage crew — los tramoyistas
- winning crew — equipo ganador
3(gang, band)banda femininepandilla feminine
1I'm crewing for him — formo parte de la tripulación de su yate
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