Translation of seaman in Spanish:

seaman

marinero, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈsimən//ˈsiːmən//-mən/

noun

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    (sailor) marinero masculine
    (officer) marino masculine
    • All crew members, from captain to seaman recruit, eat the same food - but on different days.
    • Crew from the admiral down to ordinary seamen had no enmity towards their opposite numbers.
    • Eleven seamen were killed, others were wounded, and many were subsequently interned.
    • Clearly, this was a tough campaign for all concerned, particularly for the ordinary seamen.
    • Even before the ship had left Buenos Aires some of the British seamen objected to sailing with Greeks.
    • Twenty-two seamen were killed when his ship came under fire.
    • The national seamen's union planned a strike for June 1911 to force the bosses to recognise the union.
    • The Hong Kong seamen's strike of 1922 was directed at foreign power.
    • And one of its own large cannons blew up, killing yet more seamen.
    • The Yorkshire man was a former merchant navy seaman.
    • I bring to the Minister's attention the case of an able seaman.
    • Smaller and less centralized, the Continental navy drew upon experienced seamen and where necessary relied on training on shipboard.
    • But the former merchant seaman is not your average bum.
    • Seaman officer and pilot recruiting will be next, with new advertisements being filmed now.
    • His last pamphlet was about the appalling conditions of British seamen.
    • With her she was taking 50 able-bodied seamen and 20 some foot soldiers.
    • In 1808-1811, the British navy, desperate for able-bodied seamen, impressed more than six thousand Americans.
    • ‘Make a goal and go for it’ was a motto that stuck with the former deck seaman.