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blue·jack·et

 (blo͞o′jăk′ĭt)
n.
An enlisted person in the US or British Navy; a sailor.
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bluejacket

(ˈbluːˌdʒækɪt)
n
(Military) a sailor in the Navy
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blue•jack•et

(ˈbluˌdʒæk ɪt)

n.
a sailor.
[1820–30]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bluejacket - a serviceman in the navybluejacket - a serviceman in the navy    
coastguardsman - a member of a coastguard
Navy SEAL, SEAL - a member of a Naval Special Warfare unit who is trained for unconventional warfare; "SEAL is an acronym for Sea Air and Land"
military man, serviceman, man, military personnel - someone who serves in the armed forces; a member of a military force; "two men stood sentry duty"
striker - someone receiving intensive training for a naval technical rating
submariner - a member of the crew of a submarine
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Translations

bluejacket

[ˈbluːˌdʒækɪt] Nmarinero m (de buque de guerra)
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The big steam pinnace went off to her ship to bring over a few bluejackets to furl my sails for me.
CLA class 26 participants include Brad Atkinson, Altus; Adrienne Bethel, Claremore; Jesse Bierig, Ringwood; Brandon Bishop, Chandler; Alegra Bishop, Chandler; Colton Blehm, Orlando; Fred Chapman, Sulphur; Katelyn Corsentino, Purcell; Jason Davenport, Wapanucka; Misty Davenport, Wapanucka; Matt Fulbright, Bluejacket; Jeremy Kinder, Faxon; Jason Lotspeich, Rosston; Matt Myers, Edmond; Kelli Payne, Mustang; Robyn Peterson, Ardmore; Carla Stinnett, Supulpa; Scooter Teel, Blanchard; Jeana Weeks, Indianola; and Justun Stelzer, Oologah.
A diversion was planned involving the cruiser HMS Vindictive, which would use grappling hooks and 14 hinged ramps to drop 200 Bluejacket sailors and 700 Royal Marines for an attack on the German gun positions along the heavily defended Zeebrugge Mole, a mile and a half-long curved sea wall.
Today he is elegantly dressed in a bluejacket, and followed around by a patient Alsatian given to him four years ago for his 80th birthday.
Well-anchored at the opposite end of the spectrum, Bluejacket Brewery is a three-floor microbrewery and restaurant that already has become a citywide draw in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood.
While US-based Bluejacket Brewery this year created a beer called "The Butcher" that is said to taste like a "spicy hot-dog sausage".
At that moment our Bluejacket of the Year, an AD3, made a startling discovery that caused all the aforementioned work to become questionable.
For stockists 0118 9606 300 www.primark.co.uk Pale bluejacket PS175 and shorts PS99, t-shirt PS40 all from Karen Millen.
The Federal League didn't enforce such a rule, so on September 19, 1914, Jim Bluejacket of the Brookfeds got the majors' first no-pitch win.
Atsuo Hata, 12-91 Ueno Nishi 3 Chome, Toyonaka City, Osaka 560-0011 Japan; Susan Warren, Kansas City Regional Office, 8527 Bluejacket St, Ste 115,