- `cabin ,cruiser noun counta large private boat with an engine and space for people to sleep, eat, etc.
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cabin-cruiser — [ kabinkruzɶr ] n. m. • 1963; cabine cruiser 1960; mot angl., de cabin « cabine » et cruiser « croiseur » ♦ Yacht de croisière à moteur. Des cabin cruisers. ● cabin cruiser, cabin cruisers nom masculin (mot anglais) Synonyme de vedette de… … Encyclopédie Universelle
cabin cruiser — cabin cruisers N COUNT A cabin cruiser is a motor boat which has a cabin for people to live or sleep in … English dictionary
cabin cruiser — ☆ cabin cruiser n. a powerboat with a cabin and the necessary equipment for living on board … English World dictionary
cabin cruiser — cabin .cruiser n a large motor boat with one or more cabins for people to sleep in … Dictionary of contemporary English
cabin cruiser — ► NOUN ▪ a motor boat with living accommodation … English terms dictionary
cabin cruiser — noun a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board • Syn: ↑cruiser, ↑pleasure boat, ↑pleasure craft • Derivationally related forms: ↑cruise (for: ↑cruiser) … Useful english dictionary
Cabin cruiser — A cabin cruiser is a type of power boat that provides accommodation for its crew and passengers inside the structure of the craft. [ [http://www.seatalk.info/cgi bin/nautical marine sailing dictionary/db.cgi?db=db uid=default FirstLetter=c… … Wikipedia
cabin cruiser — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms cabin cruiser : singular cabin cruiser plural cabin cruisers a large private boat with an engine and space for people to sleep, eat etc … English dictionary
Cabin cruiser — Un cabin cruiser est un type de bateau à moteur de plaisance dont la cabine est aménagée pour l habitation. Sa taille est habituellement comprise entre 7 et 14 mètres, les plus grands bateaux étant classés dans la catégorie des yachts. Ils sont… … Wikipédia en Français
cabin cruiser — noun A motorboat which has enclosed living quarters, especially a privately owned pleasure craft. A hundred yards away a cluster of boys on the deck of a sturdy cabin cruiser swung their caps and sent a hail across … Wiktionary