Translation of cargo in Spanish:


cargamento, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrɡoʊ/ /ˈkɑːɡəʊ/

nounplural cargoes, plural cargos

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    cargamento masculine
    • Many of them were dockers who carried heavy loads of cargo while rushing in a great hurry.
    • It is very difficult, if not impossible, to compare the rates earned by ships under charter to the Navy Board with those of merchant ships carrying civilian cargoes.
    • Usually they're just put off the ship on a lifeboat and the ship and cargo are stolen.
    • Last night, Members of Parliament and shipping experts called for compulsory registration and escorts for ships carrying dangerous cargoes.
    • Most of the criminals are not interested in the cargoes ships carry.
    • The illegal boarding of ships and seizure of cargo has in the past been considered an act of war.
    • In commercial terms however paddle steamers were never to catch on for ocean going cargo carrying.
    • I was found some bones, possibly part of the frozen meat cargo that she was carrying when she sank.
    • The Panama Canal has fulfilled this function but is now saturated with cargo ships.
    • Have you ever noticed how boats look when they are built more for speed than for carrying cargo?
    • Georgia is also expanding the dry bulk cargo handling facilities of its Black Sea ports.
    • Yet cargo boats regularly cut through the Sound of Mull, purely to save time and fuel.
    • There is much detail on voyages, cargoes carried and the ships themselves.
    • The cargo was consigned to yet another firm, registered in the British Virgin Islands.
    • The cargo and livestock vessel Contender has been sold to a shipping company in Dubai.
    • The first van had only just been loaded with its cargo of cash when the robbers struck.
    • Because it does not have to carry oxygen tanks, the scramjet could also contain more cargo space.
    • He wants cargo that will suit the ship or a use that will befit the work that has been carried out.
    • They are usually used to haul heavy loads or carry cargoes.
    • The growth in cargo hauled by trains appears more spectacular than that of passenger movement.
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    carga feminine
    cargo ship carguero