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1. One that hunts or processes whales.
2. A whaling ship.
3. A whaleboat.
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1. (Fishing) Also called (US): whaleman a person employed in whaling
3. (Fishing) another word for whaleboat
4. (Anthropology & Ethnology) Austral a nomad surviving in the bush without working
5. (Animals) Austral short for whaler shark
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whal•er(ˈʰweɪ lər, ˈweɪ-)
a person or vessel employed in whaling.
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|Noun||1.||whaler - a seaman who works on a ship that hunts whales|
|2.||whaler - a ship engaged in whale fishing |
factory ship - a whaling ship equipped to process whale products at sea
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
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whaler[ˈweɪləʳ] N (= person, ship) → ballenero m
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whaler[ˈhweɪlər] n (= ship) → baleinier mwhale watching [ˈwɒtʃɪŋ] n
to go whale watching → aller regarder les baleines
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