- 1 [Nautical/Náutica] jarcia(s) (feminine (plural)) standing/running rigging jarcia(s) fija(s) or muerta(s)/de laborMore example sentences
- Most spectacular were the bone models of men-at-war ships whose rigging was made of human hair and sails of paper.
- As we waited in the queue on the wharf, my first impression was of the tremendous amount of rope involved in supporting the rigging and in controlling the set of the sails.
- We descended through the intact rigging on the main mast until we hit the main deck at about 25m.
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