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stricken {adj} [ship, aircraft]
680
havariert
naut. aground {adj} {adv} [ship]
106
gestrandet
naut. aground {adv} [ship]
49
aufgelaufen
damaged {adj} [e.g. ship]
15
havariert
parent {adj} [attr.] [e.g. company, ship, rock, galaxy]
10
Mutter- [z. B. Konzern, Schiff, Gestein, Galaxie]
naut. sb. careened [a ship, a boat]
10
jd. kielholte [ein Schiff, ein Boot]
naut. cargoworthy {adj} [ship]
7
ladungstüchtig
naut. aground {adj} [ship]auf Grund gelaufen
naut. launched {past-p} [boat, new ship]zu Wasser gelassen
naut. launched {past-p} [new ship]vom Stapel gelassen
naut. lively {adj} [ship, wind]handig [Schiff, Wind] [selten]
stricken {adj} [ship, aircraft]in Not
hunting whaling {adj} [attr.] [e.g. ban, fleet, season, ship, station]Walfang- [z. B. Verbot, Flotte, Saison, Schiff, Station]
spec. yawed {past-p}gegiert [ship / aircraft]
Verbs
to embark [go on board of a boat / ship or aircraft]
1276
einsteigen [in ein Boot / Schiff oder Flugzeug]
to board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
779
etw.Akk. besteigen [den Zug, das Schiff, das Flugzeug etc.]
to anchor sth. [ship etc.]
746
etw.Akk. verankern [Schiff etc.]
to burst [ship, plane] [also fig.]
428
zerschellen
to commandeer [stores, ship, car, etc.]
181
beschlagnahmen
to hoot [esp. ship]
135
tuten [bes. Schiff]
naut. to moor sth. [e.g. ship]
78
etw.Akk. verankern [z. B. Schiff]
to torpedo sth. [e.g. a ship; also fig.: a plan, a project, etc.]
44
etw.Akk. torpedieren [z. B. ein Schiff; auch fig.: einen Plan, ein Projekt etc.]
naut. to careen sth. [a boat, a ship]
42
etw.Akk. kielholen [ein Boot oder Schiff an Land umlegen]
naut. to stevedore sth. [to load the cargo of a ship]
39
etw.Akk. beladen [ein Schiff]
naut. to unrig [a ship]
33
abtakeln [Seemannssprache]
naut. to captain [ship]
23
befehligen
naut. to sail [to travel in a ship or boat using sails or engine power]
13
fahren [mit einem Schiff oder Boot]
to load [vehicle, ship]
10
befrachten
to cocoon [ship]
7
abdecken
to affreight sth. [ship, plane]etw.Akk. zum Frachtentransport mieten
to bream sth. [archaic] [clear a ship or its bottom]etw.Akk. reinkratzen und reinbrennen [Schiff, Schiffsboden]
naut. to launch [a new ship]vom Stapel lassen
naut. to lighten sth. [ship]etw.Akk. ausladen [ein Schiff ausladen: Fracht od. Ballast entladen]
to refit [ship]neu ausrüsten
naut. to refloat sth. [a ship; also fig.: the economy, etc.]etw. (wieder) flottmachen [ein Schiff; auch fig.: die Wirtschaft etc.]
naut. to scuttle [sink one's own ship]selbst versenken
to ship sb. [esp. teenage sl.; originally gamer sl.] [going back to "relationship"] [e.g. "I ship them so much." (I wish they were together.)][sich wünschen, zwei Personen wären ein Paar]
naut. to stevedore sth. [to load or unload the cargo of a ship]etw.Akk. be- und entladen [ein Schiff]
naut. to stevedore sth. [to unload the cargo of a ship]etw.Akk. entladen [ein Schiff]
Nouns
naut. berth [for ship]
1048
Liegeplatz {m}
law mil. naut. brig [prison, esp. on a U.S. Navy ship]
773
Knast {m} [ugs.] [bes. beim Militär oder auf einem Schiff]
naut. berth [for ship]
344
Ankerplatz {m}
travel cruiser [cruise ship]
121
Kreuzfahrtschiff {n}
naut. craft [ship]
76
Schiff {n}
naut. propeller [of ship]
69
Schiffsschraube {f}
naut. jettisoning [from ship]
54
Abwerfen {n} [vom Schiff]
mil. naut. brig [esp. Am.] [jail or prison aboard a ship, esp. U.S. Navy]
43
Schiffsgefängnis {n}
yaw [ship / aircraft steering]
41
Gierung {f}
naut. list [of a ship]
40
Neigung {f}
naut. christening [of a ship]
34
Schiffstaufe {f}
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