ʃip 1. noun
1) (a large boat: The ship sank and all the passengers and crew were drowned.) skip
2) (any of certain types of transport that fly: a spaceship.) (rom)skip
2. verb
(to send or transport by ship: The books were shipped to Australia.) sende med skip
- shipper
- shipping
- ship-broker
- shipbuilder
- shipbuilding
- shipowner
- shipshape
- shipwreck
3. verb
We were shipwrecked off the coast of Africa.) lide skipbrudd
- ship water
subst. \/ʃɪp\/
1) skip, fartøy, fullrigger (sjøfart)
2) (hverdagslig, spesielt amer.) fly, luftfartøy, luftskip, romskip
fight a ship kommandere et skip i kamp
light ship ulastet skip
the ship of state (overført) statsskipet
the ship of the desert ørkenens skip, kamel
ship of the line (historisk) linjeskip
ship's protest sjøforklaring
take ship (gammeldags) innskipe seg
when my ship comes home (overført) når jeg blir rik
verb \/ʃɪp\/
1) bringe om bord, innskipe
2) gå ombord, innskipe seg
3) (sjøfart) ta inn vann (over rekken)
4) skipe, transportere med skip
5) (også med annet transportmiddel enn skip) sende, transportere
6) (om utstyr på skip) gjøre klart, sette på plass
7) mønstre på, ta hyre
8) bli av med, bli kvitt
ship a sea få en sjø over seg
ship off (hverdagslig) sende i vei
ship out ta sin hatt og gå
the boss told him to shape up or ship out
sjefen sa han fikk skjerpe seg eller ta sin hatt og gå
ship the rudder huke på roret
ship water ta inn vann

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