second mate

tweede stuurman

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  • second mate — n. a merchant ship s officer next in rank below the first mate: also second officer …   English World dictionary

  • Second Mate — Infobox shipping job name = Second mate othernames = Second officer photo = Sekstant.jpg photo department = Deck department licensed = Yes epoch = location = watchstander = watch at sea = Mate on watch watch at sea time = 00:00 04:00, 12:00 16:00 …   Wikipedia

  • second mate — second rank for seamen …   English contemporary dictionary

  • second mate — the officer of a merchant vessel next in command beneath the first mate. Also called second officer. * * * …   Universalium

  • second mate — the officer of a merchant vessel next in command beneath the first mate. Also called second officer …   Useful english dictionary

  • second mate — sec′ond mate′ n. navig. the officer of a merchant vessel next in command beneath the first mate. Also called sec′ond of′ficer …   From formal English to slang

  • second mate — noun another term for second officer …   English new terms dictionary

  • Mate — Mate, n. [Perhaps for older make a companion; cf. also OD. maet companion, mate, D. maat. Cf. {Make} a companion, {Match} a mate.] 1. One who customarily associates with another; a companion; an associate; any object which is associated or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mate — Contents 1 Cuisine 2 Surnames 3 Given names 4 Other fields …   Wikipedia

  • mate — Synonyms and related words: OD, accompanier, accompanist, accompanyist, ace, acquaintance, ally, alter ego, amigo, analogon, analogue, associate, attendant, ball, be intimate, be made one, be spliced, become one, bedfellow, bedmate, better half,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • mate — I. /meɪt / (say mayt) noun 1. one joined with another in any pair. 2. a counterpart. 3. husband or wife. 4. one of a pair of mated animals. 5. a. a habitual associate; comrade; friend; intimate: they ve been good mates from way back. b. (a form… …   Australian English dictionary

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