- 1.1 [Aviation/Aviación] [Nautical/Náutica] tripulación (feminine); [Railways/Ferrocarriles] personal (masculine) cabin/flight crew personal (masculine) de cabina/vuelo ground crew personal (masculine) de tierra ten passengers and three crew were killed murieron diez pasajeros y tres miembros de la tripulación (before noun/delante del nombre) crew member miembro (masculine and feminine) de la tripulación, tripulante (masculine and feminine)More example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (team) equipo (masculine) the stage crew [Theater/Teatro] los tramoyistas winning crew [Sport/Deporte] equipo (masculine) ganador
- In addition to training the ship's crew, there's the matter of getting the air crews shipshape.
- One member of the train crew was killed, and two nearby residents asphyxiated from breathing the gas.
- The railway is operated by fully trained crews and is open all day Monday to Friday, running each hour from 10 am to 4 pm.
More example sentences1.3 (gang, band) banda (feminine), pandilla (feminine)
- The professionalism of the captain, officers and crew of the Wecoma contributed greatly to the success of the cruise.
- We thank the captains, officers and crew of the R.V L' Atalante and the Aguadomar and Caraval scientific teams for their efficient work at sea.
- It was an honor to dine at the captain's table, and indeed all the officers and crew were exceptional.
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- Residents had called the police who, together with a NSW Ambulance rescue crew, mounted a search in the drain.
- It is the latest in a seemingly increasing phenomenon of attacks on ambulance crews and firefighters while on duty.
- Emergency workers like firefighters, ambulance crews and nurses need to be fully protected.
- I moved into a new place, started playing sports again, and I now have a totally great crew of close friends!
- Oddly enough, when most of my friends and relatives were rooting for Dorothy and her crew, I was on the side of the Witch.
- Don't invite your new gang to your old crew's annual end-of-summer outdoor bash.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- [boat/aircraft] tripular