Translation of clipper in Spanish:


clíper, n.

Pronunciation /ˈklɪpər/ /ˈklɪpə/


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    clíper masculine
    • Star Clipper and her near-identical sister ship are fantastic square-rigged clippers.
    • Strictly speaking, the new Amistad is a reproduction or a recreation of the original, a Baltimore clipper built in Cuba around 1835 to carry general cargo.
    • Indeed I found a reference to the East India Company clipper Union landing on the island in 1609.
    • The loss of this three-masted clipper, and her 27 crew, has remained one of Australia's greatest sea mysteries.
    • As the last surviving clipper built for the China Tea trade in 1869, the Cutty Sark is also a major part of Britain's Maritime history.