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seaworthy
American English: /ˈsiˌwərði/
British English: /ˈsiːwəːði/

Translation of seaworthy in Spanish:

adjective

  • (ship)
    en condiciones de navegar
    in seaworthy condition
    en condiciones de navegar
    Example sentences
    • Assuredly Chinese ships were seaworthy enough to sail across the Pacific and back.
    • His coastguard - one seaworthy ship - sailed to Poti.
    • Team 3 is responsible for the engineering compartments and ensures the vessel is actually seaworthy.

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