shipwrecked


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ship·wreck

 (shĭp′rĕk′)
n.
1.
a. The destruction of a ship, as by storm or collision.
b. The remains of a wrecked ship.
2. A complete failure or ruin.
tr.v. ship·wrecked, ship·wreck·ing, ship·wrecks
1.
a. To cause a ship to be destroyed, as by storm or collision.
b. To cause (a passenger or sailor on a ship) to suffer shipwreck.
2. To ruin utterly.

shipwrecked

(ˈʃɪprɛkt)
adj
(Nautical Terms) having experienced shipwreck
Translations
ztroskotaný
skibbruden
haaksirikkoutunut
koji je doživio brodolom
難破した
난파한
skeppsbruten
ทำให้เรืออับปาง
bị đắm tàu

shipwrecked

[ˈʃɪprɛkt] adj [sailor, person] → naufragé(e)

shipwrecked

مَعْزُولْ بَعْدَ حُطَامُ السَّفِينَة ztroskotaný skibbruden schiffbrüchig ναυαγισμένος náufrago haaksirikkoutunut naufragé koji je doživio brodolom naufragato 難破した 난파한 schipbreuk geleden skipbrudden ocalony z zatopionego statku naufragado потерпевший кораблекрушение skeppsbruten ทำให้เรืออับปาง deniz kazası geçirmiş bị đắm tàu 遭遇海难的
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My delight was great on hearing this familiar speech, and I willingly satisfied their curiosity, telling them how I had been shipwrecked, and captured by the blacks.
As long as it went through more frequented waters, we often saw the hulls of shipwrecked vessels that were rotting in the depths, and deeper down cannons, bullets, anchors, chains, and a thousand other iron materials eaten up by rust.
Often he criticised the ideas of the shipwrecked sailor, and sometimes discussed his plans and projects.
These pirates, a bad lot of men, used to wait for sailors to be shipwrecked on their shores.
Moncharmin and Richard were the shipwrecked mariners amid this motionless turmoil of a calico sea.
In the left hemisphere stretches the "Sea of Clouds," where human reason is so often shipwrecked.