SHIP/SHIPS/NAVI/D/E/I


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Wordlist with expressions that contain SHIP at the end of a word (suffix) in

English/Deutsch/italiano

friendship die Freundschaft l’amicizia
leadership die Führungskraft il dirigente
citizenship das Bürgerrecht il diritto civile
scholarship das Stipendium la borsa di studio
membership die Mitgliedschaft l’appartenza come socio
championship die Meisterschaft il campionato
apprenticeship die Lehre l’apprendistato
township Wohnsiedlung (während der Appartheid in Süd Afrika) distritto, soprattutto per persone povere in Sud Africa durante l’Appartheid
worship die Verehrung la devozione
warship das Kriegsschiff la nave da guerra

I’ve recently come across an interesting interactive site about the TITANIC,

http://www.history.com/interactives/titanic-interactive 

where you can read about the birth of this famous passenger ship, the disaster, the impact the collision with the iceberg had on the ship or what it meant to be on board of it and finally about the rescue. I therefore started thinking about ships and what the word stays or stood for. “I’m not afraid of storms, for I’m learning how to sail my ship.”

Feight Ship

 

CARGO SHIPS

There are, for example cargo ships or freighters (Frachtschiffe/navi da carico). Any sort of ship or vessel that carries cargo,goods, and materials from one port to another are called so. Thousands of cargo carriers ply (verkehren auf/ci sono su) the world’s seas and oceans each year; they handle the bulk (Grossteil/la maggior parte) of internationaltrade. Cargo ships are usually specially designed for the task, often being equipped with cranes and other mechanisms to load and unload, and come in all sizes.

Today, they are almost always built of welded (geschweisst/saldato) steel, and with some exception, generally have a life expectancy of 25 to 30 years before being scrapped. (bevor sie verschrottet werden/prima che vengono disfatti) When we were in Hamburg we were very impressed, not only positively, by this enormous container ships which are unloaded completely automatically. This means that no workers are employed to do this job! The biggest cargo ship we saw carried about 10’000 containers. SLAVE SHIPS (Sklavenschiffe/navi per schiavi) which were just converted cargo ships belong, of course, also in this category. Newly purchased slaves were transported from Africa to America.

Try to unjumble the following word: dpeeiqpu  and explain the meaning of the word.(for answer scroll down))

This is the link to my article about FISH EXTINCTION which is certainly in connection with ships!!

https://rivella49.wordpress.com/2010/09/17/fish-extinction-2/

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Viking ships were vessels used during the Viking Age in Northern Europe. Scandinavian tradition of shipbuilding during the Viking Age was characterized by slender (schmal/snello) and flexible boats, with symmetrical ends with true keel (Kiel/carena) . They were clinker built, which is the overlapping

(überlappen/sorvrapporre) of planks riveted together. They might have had a dragon’s head or other circular object protruding from the bow and stern,(von Bug und Heck/da prua a poppa) for design, although this is only inferred from historical sources. We have taken this picture in the beautiful Viking museum in Roskilde, Denmark. I also add the link to my articlein German which also hints at it.

Try to unjumble the following word:rednels and explain the meaning of the word. (for answer scroll down)

https://rivella49.wordpress.com/2010/08/15/danemarkquiz-grammatik/

Beware of the little expenses; a small leak will sink a great ship.

Cape Point is probably the most spectacular point of the whole African coast. It was of great navigational value for early seafarers by day, but at night, it seems, with its hidden (versteckten/nascoste) underwater reefs, it was extremely dangerous. The first lighthouse keepers realized that when the mists (Nebel/nebbia) swept in from the sea, its beam (Leitstrahl/raggio vettore) was to high and was invisible to any ships at sea. In April 1911, in rain and mist a Portuguese liner, the LUSITANIA, struck Bellows Rock, about three miles off Cape Point. This disaster prompted the resisting of the Cape Point lighthouse at a lower level.

Try to unjumble the following word:esouhhtigl

Cape of Good Hope

“Darkness reigns at the foot of the lighthouse.”Wordlist with expressions that contain SHIP at the beginning of the word (prefix) in

 

English/Deutsch/italiano

 shipowner  der Schiffeigentümer  il proprietario di una nave
 shipbuilder  der Schiffbauer  il costruttore di batelli
 shipyard  der Hafen  il porto
 shipwreckage  der Schiffsbruch  il naufraggio
 shipment  Die Sendung  la spedizione/invio
 shipless  ohne Schiffe  senza navi
 shipfitter  der Schiffreparierer  l’aggiustatore di navi
 shipway  die Schiffsfahrtstrasse  la ruota della nave
 shipflag  die Schiffsflagge  la bandiera della nave
 shipman  der Schiffsmann  il marinaio

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unjumbled words and their meaning:

equipped/o supply with necessities such as tools or provisions.

slender:Having little width in proportion to height or length; long and thin

lighthouse: a building or tower that emits light which is very useful for the ships at sea.

Can you think of other words that contain  S H I P as prefix or suffix?

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