Translation of cabin in Spanish:

cabin

Pronunciation: /ˈkæbən; ˈkæbɪn/

n

  • 1 [Nautical/Náutica] 1.1 (on ship) camarote (masculine)
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    • The options are these: If you definitely want to be alone in a single cabin, first look for a ship that has single cabins.
    • The captain takes us on a guided tour, and the ship's various cabins and state-rooms are laid open to us in cross-section.
    • Therefore they rushed to the vessel and hoped to be transported timely, and were willing to be placed outside the cabins or on the ship's deck.
    1.2 (in small boat) cabina (f), camarote (m)
  • 2 [Aerospace/Espacio] [Cars/Automovilismo] [Aviation/Aviación] cabina (feminine) (before noun/delante del nombre) cabin baggage o luggage equipaje (masculine) de mano
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    • With the advent of pressurized cabins, the aircraft would be able to fly higher without the requisite oxygen aboard.
    • Customers can now take a virtual tour of the aircraft cabins, book flights, order special meals and duty-free items and look up jobs in the airline, online.
    • A definitive list of items now banned from aircraft cabins has been released and passengers are urged to comply with the new requirements.
  • 3 (hut) cabaña (f); (in motel) bungalow (m)
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    • But mostly shelter is house or cabin or tent - a wall between us and the other of the land around us.
    • Wingdims will live in houses, huts, cabins, or any other shelter, they have a wonderful relationship with nature and everything around them.
    • But much of England is densely populated and there could never been enough cabins and huts to house us all; our architectural sprawl needs some containment, a bit of planning.

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