Translation: from english to japanese

from japanese to english


  • 1 sailor

    < naval>
    すいへい 水兵
    かいいん 海員
    かいへい 海兵
    すいふ 水夫
    せんいん 船員
    * * *
    /séilə(r), ((米+)) séi(j)ələ(r)/ 〔 ⇒ sail 〕
    〖名〗(複~s/-z/) 〖C〗
    1 船員, 海員, (ヨットの)乗組員; 水夫(⇔officer)《◆通例将校[上級船員]以下の乗組員をさす》.
    2 水兵, 海兵隊員; 海軍軍人.
    3 [通例good [bad]を伴って] 船について…な人[乗客]

    a good [bad, poor] ~ 船酔いしない[する]人《◆「立派[お粗末]な船乗り」の意味もある》.

    4 ヨット遊びをする人.
    5 ⇒ =~ hat .
    6 ⇒ =~ suit .
    7 [形容詞的に] 水夫[水兵]用の

    a ~ cap (子供の)水兵帽.

    English-Japanese dictionary > sailor

  • 2 sailor

    n. 船員, 船乗り

    English-Japanese new dictionary > sailor

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