from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A member of a crew, especially the crew of a ship.
- n. The military trade of armoured crewman, abbreviated.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. any member of a ship's crew.
- n. a member of a flight crew.
- n. a member of a work crew.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. any member of a ship's crew
- n. a member of a flight crew
- n. a member of a work crew
Sorry, no etymologies found.
No mention of a second crewman is given in Air Force accounts of this incident.
A crewman from a Spanish trawler who was seriously injured in an accident 150 miles off the coast of Co Clare this evening is to be airlifted to hospital in Cork.
The crewman was the first off the Canadian frigate Wednesday, moments after it sailed into its home port following a six-month counter-terrorism mission in the Persian Gulf...
The crewman was a wiry middle-aged man named Kevain.
William, inevitably dubbed crewman K-9, is being trained to help the lifeboat by searching for casualties along the shoreline, and then barking to bring the crew to the location.
referring to the crewman who ejected from his US jet as it crashed into a field Locals queued up to hug and shake hand of the crewman to thank him for the work of the coalition
The "crewman" turned out to be a hairy horror, a three-foot headless lump shaped like an eggplant, supported by four splayed legs and with an indefinite number of tentacles wriggling below the stalked eyes.
Shar, Revel, and another crewman named Hap had been the only survivors.
One of the things Blair learned as a missile crewman was that he could have launched all two hundred of his missiles on his own.
And the two launch consoles with the key slots were built a distance apart, which kept one crewman from, say, twisting his own key with his left hand and reaching over to twist the other key with his right hand.