deckhand


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Noun1.deckhand - a member of a ship's crew who performs manual labordeckhand - a member of a ship's crew who performs manual labor
Jack-tar, mariner, old salt, sea dog, seafarer, seaman, gob, Jack, tar - a man who serves as a sailor
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deckhand

[ˈdekhænd] Nmarinero m de cubierta

deckhand

[ˈdɛkhænd] nmatelot mdeck shoe nchaussure f sport
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This, as well as the loss of a deckhand overboard, was the effect of the hurricane, and though the end of the trip came amid sunshine and sweet-scented tropical breezes, many could not forget the dangers through which they had passed.
His 51-year-old colleague tried desperately to save the deckhand but could not.
A FORMER Scottish Maritime Academy pupil has been named trainee deckhand of the year.
The crew consisted of the captain and a young deckhand. Billy, Tommy, John and I got on board and, of course, Big TG had brought along some "supplies".
According to the EEOC's lawsuit, Shawn McLamb had been working as a deckhand on one of Otto Candies' many vessels.
"The captain and deckhand of the tanker and the captain of the fishing boat face charges of professional negligence resulting in death, injuries and the capsizing of a vessel," the Incheon Coast Guard said.
After a four-hour rescue effort, deckhand Forbes Duthie, 20, of Inverness, said: "It was like the end of the world."
Last year Jose Cen Yam, an illiterate deckhand, was fined EUR87 for causing her death.
A DECKHAND suffered "horrific" life-changing injuries when he was hit on the head by a steel pole that came loose on a prawn trawler.
"Madonna loves the idea that the relationship between the heiress and the deckhand would work."
Play Stonetusk Boar , Southsea Deckhand and Patches and you'll have a full army of 5/5 minions with Charge before your opponent has the mana to even fight back.