nautically


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nau·ti·cal

 (nô′tĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of ships, shipping, sailors, or navigation on a body of water.

[From Latin nauticus, from Greek nautikos, from nautēs, sailor, from naus, ship; see nāu- in Indo-European roots.]

nau′ti·cal·ly adv.
Synonyms: nautical, marine, maritime
These adjectives mean of or relating to the sea, ships, shipping, sailors, or navigation: nautical charts; marine insurance; maritime law.
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Translations

nautically

adv superiorin Bezug auf die Seefahrt
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Even in that incapable state, however, I recognised the lazy gentleman standing before me: nautically clad in a suit of shaggy blue, with an oilskin hat.
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Hit the boutique-filled town of Oneroa to indulge in local bivalves at the breezy Oyster Inn, a nautically themed boutique hotel with a second- floor restaurant where patrons linger at tables on the balcony in view of the sea.
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Although little more than a novelty, this unusual amphibian -- fittingly called the Amphicar -- made it into production and even managed to attract a small knot of nautically minded buyers.
Additionally, Bowen may have given Roderick, who is worried about sunken boats at Mount Morris, a nautically inspired middle name: Vernon.
David and I wander over the grounds, coming across a shipping container that has been perched next to the estuary, given a glass side, and converted into a nautically themed room with a life jacket from the Queen Mary hung on a wall.