Cabin in spanish


pronunciation: kɑbinɑ part of speech: noun
In gestures

cabin1 = cabina, camarote. 

Example: Cabins on the upper decks usually cost more than those on the lower decks.


» cabin attendant = auxiliar de vuelo, azafata.

Example: The cabin attendant shook her head mournfully and gruffly handed me a chickpea salad, bread roll and fruit salad.

» cabin baggage = equipaje de mano.

Example: All cabin baggage must fit under the seat in front or in the overhead lockers.

» cabin crew = personal de cabina, tripulación de cabina.

Example: Today's flight and cabin crews are much different than they were during the early years of commercial aviation.

» cabin cruiser = yate, embarcación de recreo.

Example: Some cabin cruisers are equipped with heating, air conditioning, and power generators.

» cabin luggage = equipaje de mano.

Example: Typically, most airlines restrict the cabin luggage to a medium sized bag.

cabin2 = cabaña, barraca. 

Example: Stopping a few miles north of where the Lewark meets the great Modoc River in what is now called the American midwest, they constructed a humble cabin and began trading with river men and friendly Indians.


» log cabin = cabaña de madera, cabaña de troncos de madera.

Example: Log cabins were considered symbols of democracy and the frontier spirit, and President Abraham Lincoln was viewed as a symbol of unity, hope, and the American dream of rising from a humble background to greatness.

» portacabin = caseta prefabricada.

Example: Outside the portacabin there is a board with a few useful bits of information, such as the temperature of the water, visibility, and opening/closing times.

» wood cabin = cabaña de madera, cabaña de troncos de madera.

Example: The tent looked even more suited to the countryside than those wood cabins.
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