English to Latin Meaning of ship - navis

Ship :

navis, vasa pretiosa, arca, spinae, remus, artis, ratis, solum, elit, scapha, Mini tractores

navis, ascenderet Hierosolymam

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Definitions of ship in English
Noun(1) a vessel that carries passengers or freight
Verb(1) transport commercially(2) hire for work on a ship(3) go on board(4) travel by ship(5) place on board a ship
Examples of ship in English
(1) the latest edition will ship tomorrow(2) She stood at the bowsprit of the ship , as still as the bolted-down bench she was standing on.(3) She said the family felt terrible that so many vacationers on board the cruise ship had been frightened and delayed.(4) He gave mental orders to his staff aboard the command ship in orbit beyond the third moon.(5) Clearly, the aircraft was one hot ship and it started piling up victories until tragedy struck at the 1937 Cleveland event.(6) Shipwreck D is so well-preserved that cord tied in a V-shape at the top of the ship 's wooden mast is still clearly visible.(7) To launch a ship into higher orbit, or to a distant planet, it must carry more fuel.(8) He had been told to expect the ship to re-enter real space sometime in the next hour.(9) She said that Namibia's access to the sea via the port of Walvis Bay would be a bonus for Namibia to ship goods to the US via the Atlantic Ocean.(10) Similarly, to deal with the intense radiation environment, the ship is equipped with a magnetic shield that they can turn on when needed.(11) For the same reasons, many U.S. online merchants, particularly smaller companies, do not currently ship goods to Canada.(12) The ceiling was about ten feet high and seemed to reflect the actual sky that hung over the masts of the ship , many stories above.(13) people wishing to get from London to New York ship at Liverpool(14) the cellular phone is expected to ship at about $500 sometime this summer(15) This afternoon at 1:32 p.m. a Canadian cruise ship sailed near our borders.(16) Of course, we'll cut their benefits, combat pay and make it difficult to ship their goods home from their overseas postings.
Related Phrases of ship
(1) cruise ship ::
cruise navis
(2) sailing ship ::
navis navigandum
(3) ship out ::
de navem
(4) cargo ship ::
navis navis
(5) rocket ship ::
praecipueque eruca navis
(6) container ship ::
vas navis
(7) pirate ship ::
navis pirata
(8) ghost ship ::
navis exspiravit
(9) sinking ship ::
(10) merchant ship ::
mercator navem
1. boat ::
2. vessel ::
vasa pretiosa
3. craft ::
4. send ::
5. post ::
6. mail ::
7. dispatch ::
Ubios legatos
8. courier ::
9. forward ::
10. express ::
Different Forms
ship, shipment, shipments, ships
Word Example from TV Shows
- Make for the ship, now.
- But your brother?

- Make for the SHIP, now. - But your brother?

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6

Two translators are on a sinking ship.

Two translators are on a sinking SHIP.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8

I'll be on a ship in the North Sea.

I'll be on a SHIP in the North Sea.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 24

You went to find me a ship.

You went to find me a SHIP.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 7

I wouldn't say
we took your ship.

I wouldn't say we took your SHIP.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3

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