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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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seagoingsea‧go‧ing /ˈsiːˌɡəʊɪŋ $ -ˌɡoʊ-/ adjective [only before noun]  TTWbuilt to travel on the sea syn oceangoing a seagoing ship
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seagoingThe man could have set sail; lie lived in a seagoing country.The Land Rover was pitching and rolling over the southern brow like a small seagoing craft.They were slow, unglamorous, seagoing delivery trucks, but they were also ideal as electronic snoopers.There followed the strangest and most memorable night watch of my seagoing experience.The simpler decorative style of the wide boats echoes that of the seagoing ships alongside which they were built.We piled into its crowded bar, incongruous among rough seagoing types, and found ourselves a table by the window.After completing your continuation training you will be drafted to a seagoing vessel for up to two and a half years.a seagoing vessel
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