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crew

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[kruː], (Noun)

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- a group of people who work on and operate a ship, aircraft, etc.
(e.g: he was one of nine members of the crew killed when the plane went down)

- a group of people who work closely together
(e.g: a film crew)


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Origin:
late Middle English: from Old French creue ‘augmentation, increase’, feminine past participle of croistre ‘grow’, from Latin crescere. The original sense was ‘band of soldiers serving as reinforcements’; hence it came to denote any organized armed band or, generally, a company of people (late 16th century)


[kruː], (Verb)

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- provide (a craft or vehicle) with a group of people to operate it
(e.g: normally the boat is crewed by five people)


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