Translation of sailor in Spanish:


marinero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈseɪlər//ˈseɪlə/


  • 1

    (seaman) marinero masculine
    (officer) marino masculine
    • The sailors on the patrol boat thought I was going to fall, so grabbed me by my clothes.
    • Ships were dressed with flags and sailors climbed the rigging or stood on decks, caps in hand, to cheer the Queen.
    • As dawn broke, with the master's consent, sailors from the USS Bunker Hill boarded the vessel.
    • He looked ahead and a saw a large crowd of sailors gathering around a docked ship.
    • All the boats are captained by professional sailors but the rest of the crew are amateurs.
  • 2

    navegante feminine
    • He was a member of the sailing club and stalwart sailor and racer who lost his life at sea last year.
    • I'd picked up that he was an expert sailor of dinghies and had twice won something called the Prince of Wales Cup.
    • She is also a keen sailor, who is on track for her yacht master's certificate.
    • Teddy had always been a keen and intrepid sailor, and after retiring he went to live in St Mawes where he had first learned to sail as a boy.
    • She had wide interests, was a keen dinghy sailor and took an active part in youth welfare.