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  1. ship

    • IPA[ʃɪp]

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    • n.
      a large boat for transporting people or goods by sea;a sailing vessel with a bowsprit and three or more square-rigged masts.
    • v.
      transport (goods or people) on a ship;send by some other means of transport or by mail
    • noun: ship, plural noun: ships

    • verb: ship, 3rd person present: ships, gerund or present participle: shipping, past tense: shipped, past participle: shipped

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a large boat for transporting people or goods by sea:

      the ship left England with a crew of 36

      a cargo ship

    • 2. a sailing vessel with a bowsprit and three or more square-rigged masts.
    • 3. any boat, especially a racing boat.
    • 4. a spaceship.
    • 5. an aircraft.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. transport (goods or people) on a ship:

      the wounded soldiers were shipped home

    • 2. send by some other means of transport or by mail:

      he was captured and shipped off to a labour camp

      the freight would be shipped by rail

    • 3. (of a product) be made available for purchase:

      the cellular phone is expected to ship at about $500 sometime this summer

    • 4. (of a naval force) go to sea from a home port:

      Bob got sick a week before we shipped out

    • 5. embark on a ship:

      people wishing to get from London to New York ship at Liverpool

    • 6. (of a sailor) take service on a ship:

      Jack, you shipped with the Admiral once, didn't you?

    • 7. (of a boat) take in (water) over the side.
    • 8. take (oars) from the rowlocks and lay them inside a boat.
    • 9. fix (something such as a rudder or mast) in its place on a boat or ship.
    • suf. forming nouns denoting a quality or condition:

    • companionship

      friendship

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    • suf. forming nouns denoting a quality or condition:

    • companionship

      friendship

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    • n. ships considered collectively, especially those in a particular area or belonging to a particular country:

    • the volume of shipping using these ports

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    • n. ships considered collectively, especially those in a particular area or belonging to a particular country:

    • the volume of shipping using these ports

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    • n. a large spacecraft or ship from which smaller craft are launched or maintained:

    • a mother ship accompanies a small fleet of yachts

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    • n. a large spacecraft or ship from which smaller craft are launched or maintained:

    • a mother ship accompanies a small fleet of yachts

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    • IPA[SHip]

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    • n.
      a vessel larger than a boat for transporting people or goods by sea.
    • v.
      transport (goods or people) on a ship:
    • the wounded soldiers were shipped home

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    • n.
      a romantic pairing between two characters in a fictional series, often one that is supported or portrayed by fans rather than depicted in the series itself:
    • the thing that I loved about the Mulder/Scully ship was that we knew so much about their characters
    • v.
      support or have a particular interest in a romantic pairing between two characters in a fictional series, often when this relationship is one portrayed by fans rather than depicted in the series itself:
    • I'm still shipping for Edward/Hermione

      if you ship Paul and Sarah, then you'd better avert your eyes for this next part

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    • n.
      a romantic pairing between two characters in a fictional series, often one that is supported or portrayed by fans rather than depicted in the series itself:
    • the thing that I loved about the Mulder/Scully ship was that we knew so much about their characters
    • v.
      support or have a particular interest in a romantic pairing between two characters in a fictional series, often when this relationship is one portrayed by fans rather than depicted in the series itself:
    • I'm still shipping for Edward/Hermione

      if you ship Paul and Sarah, then you'd better avert your eyes for this next part

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