Translation of shipshape in Spanish:

shipshape

limpio y ordenado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈʃɪpˌʃeɪp//ˈʃɪpʃeɪp/

adjective

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    limpio y ordenado
    (all) shipshape and Bristol fashion limpio y ordenado
    • House maintenance doesn't finish while you're selling houses, in fact it's even more necessary to keep everything shipshape and Bristol fashion when buyers may descend at any moment.
    • We thought it would make an amazing base - although we've averaged 16 hours a day for several months since March to get the place shipshape.
    • For generations they were the hub of Yorkshire's fishing industry - where families worked together to mend nets, bait lines, and ensure everything was shipshape for harvesting the sea.
    • Even though all the relevant bits and pieces are still shipshape and Bristol fashion, of course.
    • He wasn't exactly known as the most shipshape person.
    • He shuttles her to the tops of mountains for practice runs, keeps their 52-foot sailboat shipshape, and makes sure she doesn't completely lose touch with the world beyond dirt and chain lube.
    • Still, keeping it shipshape is no easy job, and I can't stress it enough: I want you to act like professionals, hear?
    • Since I've never been famous for a neat and tidy workspace, others were detailed to the task and by the big day all was as shipshape as could be.
    • As he tackled the task of making the tavern shipshape, Ben breathed another prayer, this time one of thanksgiving.
    • This is only stop-gap funding, however, and it's a far cry from what the Coast Guard says it needs to operate in a shipshape manner.
    • Having been certified to sail, all souls safely back on board, shipshape and Bristol fashioned, fed and foddered, the boat departed on the evening tide into a glorious sunset on Wednesday last.
    • The legend maintains that the Sargasso Sea derelicts are found shipshape but otherwise bereft of a living soul.
    • The wreck for the first time becomes somewhat shipshape at this point, with deck fittings, derricks and winches clearly identifiable.
    • Last night they were hit by torrential rain as they began to make the port shipshape for aid deliveries.
    • As well as loading the boat and making sure everything is shipshape and Bristol fashion, the crew will be involved in corporate entertaining, though they will be careful not to overindulge.
    • What impressed him were the tidiness and organization of their canoe, as if the men he met were like sailors on the HMS Fly, keeping it shipshape.
    • I quickly and efficiently unpacked, making sure everything was shipshape, and all weapons were at hand - just like I was taught at the marine base.
    • And when it broke, he would work around the clock to mend it, so everything was shipshape for one's weekend diving.
    • One of our top contenders was a former military guy who vowed to get us in shipshape.
    • By early this week, the island began to look not only shipshape but also remarkably like Smithson's drawing.