ship in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- (ખારવા અંગે) વહાણ પર સેવા માટે નીમવું ⇄ ship gujarati
- અવકાશયાન ⇄ ship gujarati
- જહાજ ⇄ ship gujarati
- જહાજ પર ચડવું ⇄ ship gujarati
- ડોલકાઠી ⇄ ship gujarati
- તેની યોગ્ય જગ્યાએ જહાજ પર બેસાડવું ⇄ ship gujarati
- લઈ જવા માટ ે વહાણના એજન્ટને માલ સોંપવો ⇄ ship gujarati
- વહાણ ⇄ ship gujarati
- વિમાન ⇄ ship gujarati
- સુકાન ⇄ ship gujarati
- હવાઈ જહાજ. વહાણમાં મૂકવું – ભરવું – રવાના કરવું ⇄ ship gujarati
ship in English
- ship ⇄ -ship
(suffix forming nouns from other nouns.)
1. office, position, or occupation of ______.
Ex. Governorship = the office of governor. Authorship = the occupation of an author.
2. the quality or condition of being ______.
- ship ⇄ expr. about ship! a command to turn a ship so it will be on the other tack.
Ex. The cry of ""about ship!"" rang out, and the men scrambled to reset the sails.english
- ship ⇄ expr. dress ship,
a. to run flags on a line across the mastheads the full length of the ship as a decoration.
Ex. The crew dressed ship on docking and on sailing.
b. (U.S. Navy.) to hoist and fly ensigns on each masthead and on the flenglish
- ship ⇄ expr. give up the ship, to abandon some one or thing; fail to complete or continue to support.
Ex. My exhortation would rather be ""not to give up the ship"" (Thomas Jefferson). Nobody ever gives up the ship in parlor or veranda debate (George W. Cenglish
- ship ⇄ expr. jump ship,
a. to desert a ship.
Ex. The convicts who had been impressed as sailors jumped ship at the first opportunity.
b. to leave any place or cause suddenly and without notice.
Ex. In a crisis, he will jump ship ratherenglish
- ship ⇄ expr. one's ship comes in (or home), one's fortune is made; one gets money.
Ex. I'll take a long vacation when my ship comes in. One also forgets how many lean years ... the big winners experienced before their ships came in (Saturday Review).english
- ship ⇄ expr. run a tight (or taut) ship, to be in full control; run a well-disciplined organization.
Ex. Mr. Lyons was considered to run a taut ship in his Borough President's office (New York Times).english
- ship ⇄ expr. ship oars. See under oar. english
- ship ⇄ expr. ship out,
a. to leave; depart.
Ex. My father never shipped out ... (Harry Brown).
b. to send away.
Ex. State troopers, brought in to help curb protests, were shipped out (Time).english
- ship ⇄ noun 1. a large vessel for traveling on water, especially a seagoing vessel such as a steamship, a frigate, or a galley. Ships are propelled by engines or sails.
Ex. a cargo ship, a passenger ship.
2. a large sailing vessel, especially one wenglish
- ship ⇄ packet boat orship
a boat or ship that carries mail, passengers, and goods regularly on a fixed route, usually along a river or the coast.english
- ship ⇄ ship, noun, verb, shipped,shipping. english
- ship ⇄ tramp steamer orship
a freighter that takes a cargo when and where it can; tramp.english
- ship ⇄ v.i. 1. to go on board a ship.
Ex. People wishing to cross the Atlantic by boat must now ship at New York.
2. to travel on a ship; sail.
Ex. to ship across the sea.
3. to take a job on a ship.
Ex. He senglish
- ship ⇄ v.t. 1. to put, take, or receive (persons or goods) on board a ship.
Ex. During the war in Europe, the Army shipped thousands of men.
2. to send or carry from one place to another by a ship, train, truck, or airplane.
Ex. Did you shipenglish