Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Ship"

The meaning of "Ship" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does That ship has saild mean?
A: Que o navio navegou.
Não há mais chances, o tempo passou
Q: What does was it the ship itself giving up the ghost? mean?
A: To give up the ghost is to die or stop operating. It means, "Was the ship itself about to stop working?"
Q: What does met the ship mean?
A: se reunió el barco
Q: What does to run a tight ship mean?
A: It means you are strict with your employees or subordinates and expect them to work efficiently.
Q: What does The ships slide through a mirror-flat ocean stained red with spring sea-weed. Columns of rock improbably draped with pine trees tower out of the mist mean?
A: mirror-flat ocean = it is as flat as a mirror, i.e. it is very flat, there aren't any waves.
tower out = it stands out from the ocean like a tower.

Example sentences using "Ship"

Q: Please show me example sentences with when your ship comes in.
A: You can buy that car when your ship comes in.
No, you can't afford that house; but perhaps someday your ship will come in.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ship.
A: Ship can have one of three meanings
1) export, send
2) when you ship to people together (usually famous characters or people) meaning you want them to date/think they make a cute couple.
3) ship as in pirate ship. Boat.

#1 Examples:
She shipped the package to her grandmother.
When will you ship the package to your grandmother?
She is shipping the package to her grandmother.
(When shopping online) Shipping cost more than the actua product!
(When shopping online) It will take 3-10 business days to ship to my house.

#2 Examples:
I ship those two together.
She ships these two (BTS, Exo, etc) members together. (I used Kpop because there are so many people that ship Kpop members together)
We ship these two characters together.

#3 Examples:
The ship passed by an hour ago.
The pirate’s ship was huge and filled with loot.

Hope this helps.
Q: Please show me example sentences with ship / shipping.
A: I don't like paying shipping because the product I am buying is already expensive.

Please ship my item as quickly as possible.

If you are shipping furniture, you want to make sure that it doesn't get damaged.

They can ship anything that you want them to ship.

He is shipping out tomorrow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with they supplied the ship with men. How can I give the same meaning using "man" instead of "men".
A: They supplied the ship with a man
Q: Please show me example sentences with ship down.
A: I think you mean 'shut down' , which means: to stop working or functioning .
It could also mean : get rejected.
Getting shut down by s.b.
Shut down s.th.

Synonyms of "Ship" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ship and send ?
A: To ship is to send something by mail. To send is to send something by mail or email. A Ship is also a boat.

Both can have the same meaning when talking about a letter or package.
Q: What is the difference between like a ship and as soon as possible ?
A: Yeah, that doesn't make any sense, maybe in the context of the video it does, but not out of it.
Q: What is the difference between ship and OTP ?
A: A ship is a pairing that you like. An OTP is your favorite ship or one of your favorite ships.
Q: What is the difference between ship and boat ?
A: However when someone is on a ship they often say boat, despite the difference
Q: What is the difference between ship and vessel ?
A: A vessel is a general term that describes a watercraft. A ship is a type of vessel. Much like boats, however we would describe a boat as a smaller vessel, and a ship would be a larger vessel, like cargo ships that carry goods. You could transport a boat on a ship, but you could not transport a ship on a boat. Both would be described as vessels.

Translations of "Ship"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? A ship was lying PROPER / PROPERLY
A machine lies IDLE / IDLY

Which one is correct?
A: Your sentences don't really make sense. However, the answers you're looking for are PROPERLY and IDLE.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ship
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? How do you say that a ship is going over the wave? Is "ride" the correct word?
A: Yes, using “ride” is correct.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ship
A: that was test, but thank you ;)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ship

Other questions about "Ship"

Q: "This is how a ship greets another"
Meaning this is how a ship greets another ship.
It's correct, right?
A: "This is how ships greet each other." Would probably be a better way to say it but if you were to use that sentence you would need to say "this is how a ship greets another ship" 😊
Q: What about the ships / boats / rafts , et cetera ?

Why in some cases the ship is * it * and in some cases * she * ? Does it matter that the ship is drowned or capsized ? Any other reasons ?
A: Technically a ship/boat/raft is an inanimate object so should be referred to as an 'it'. However our navy has traditionally called their vessels 'she' for various reasons. Either way would be correct but most people I know would call a vessel 'she' than 'it'. It doesn't matter if she is afloat, sunk or capsized.
Q: The ship in front looks so cute in the picture. Does this sound natural?
A: It is natural, but we usually say "...in this picture" if the picture we are talking about is close to us.
Q: I work on the ship as electrical engineer. We were in Egypt and turkey. Our tanker carry more 5000 tons sunflower oil or diesel fuel. Does this sound natural?
A: I work on a ship as an electrical engineer. We work in Egypt and Turkey. Our tanker carries more than 5000 tons of sunflower oil and diesel fuel.
Q: How do you say "The ship went aground" in colloquial English?
A: That's about how we'd say it. Maybe "the ship ran aground" or "the ship wrecked" or "the ship collided with the shore." I've heard all of those used in every-day speech.

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