nave

nave
f.
1 ship (barco).
quemar las naves (figurative) to burn one's boats o bridges
2 craft.
nave espacial spaceship, spacecraft
3 shop, plant.
nave industrial = large building for industrial or commercial use
4 nave, nave of a church, total length of the central area of a church measured from the main entrance to the chancel.
5 car.
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nave
nombre femenino
1 (náutica) ship, vessel
2 (espacial) spaceship, spacecraft
3 ARQUITECTURA (central) nave; (lateral) aisle
4 (almacén) industrial warehouse; (fábrica) plant
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FRASEOLOGÍA
quemar las naves to burn one's boats, burn one's bridges
nave espacial spaceship
nave central nave
nave lateral aisle
nave industrial industrial unit
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noun f.
1) ship
2) nave
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SF
1) (Náut) ship, vessel

nave insignia — flagship

2) (Aer)

nave espacial — spaceship, spacecraft

3) (Arquit) [de iglesia] nave; [de fábrica etc] bay

nave central — nave

nave lateral — aisle

4) (=almacén) warehouse

nave de laminación — rolling mill

nave industrial — factory premises pl

5) Méx * (=coche) car
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femenino
1) (Náut) (arc o liter) ship

quemar las naves — to burn one's boats o bridges

2) (Arquit)
a) (de iglesia) nave
b) (local) premises (pl); (sección) section
* * *
= craft.
Ex. It is that, without direction, the library craft may founder in the perpetual whitewater.
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* nave central = nave.
* nave de guerra = naval ship.
* nave de la iglesia = church hall.
* nave espacial = spaceship [space ship], spacecraft.
* * *
femenino
1) (Náut) (arc o liter) ship

quemar las naves — to burn one's boats o bridges

2) (Arquit)
a) (de iglesia) nave
b) (local) premises (pl); (sección) section
* * *
= craft.

Ex: It is that, without direction, the library craft may founder in the perpetual whitewater.

* nave central = nave.
* nave de guerra = naval ship.
* nave de la iglesia = church hall.
* nave espacial = spaceship [space ship], spacecraft.

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nave
feminine
A (Náut) (arc o liter); ship
quemar las naves to burn one's boats o bridges
Compuestos:
nave capitana
flagship
Nave de San Pedro
la nave de San Pedro the Roman Catholic Church
nave espacial
spacecraft, spaceship
nave insignia
flagship
B (Arquit)
1 (de una iglesia) nave
2 (local) premises (pl); (sección) section
alquilaron dos naves más they rented two more buildings ( o warehouses etc)
una nave de 330m2 premises measuring 330m2
la fruta se almacenará en la nave C the fruit will be stored in section ( o warehouse etc) C
Compuestos:
nave industrial
industrial premises (pl)
nave lateral
aisle
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nave sustantivo femenino
1 (Náut) (arc o liter) ship;
nave espacial spacecraft, spaceship

2 (de iglesia) nave
nave sustantivo femenino
1 (barco) ship
(espacial) spaceship, spacecraft
2 Ind plant
(almacén) warehouse
(local amplio) building
3 (de iglesia) nave
♦ Locuciones: quemar las naves, to burn one's boats
'nave' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
aeronave
- amarre
- apresar
- botadura
- espacial
- nodriza
- pilotar
- piloto
- singladura
- sumergible
- navegar
English:
airlock
- aisle
- blow up
- craft
- inspection
- mock-up
- nave
- shed
- space
- touchdown
- unmanned
- vessel
- voyage
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nave nf
1. [barco] ship;
Comp
quemar las naves to burn one's boats o bridges
2. [vehículo] craft
Comp
nave espacial spaceship, spacecraft
3. [de fábrica] shop, plant;
[almacén] warehouse
Comp
nave industrial = large building for industrial or commercial use
4. [de iglesia] nave central nave;
nave del crucero transepts and crossing;
nave lateral side aisle;
la nave de San Pedro the Roman Catholic Church
5. Ven Fam [automóvil] wheels
* * *
nave
f
1 ship;
quemar las naves fig burn one’s boats
2 de iglesia nave
* * *
nave nf
1) : ship
nave capitana: flagship
nave espacial: spaceship
2) : nave
nave lateral: aisle
3)
quemar uno sus naves : to burn one's bridges
* * *
nave n
1. (barco) ship
2. (almacén) warehouse
nave espacial spaceship

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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