Examples of merchant marine in a Sentence
a member of the merchant marine
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The Irishman was working as a merchant marine in Europe when he was captured by the British and sent to colonize Roanoke.
Even the merchant marine from Stormfront had recently been convinced by Matthew’s logic and expressed interest in joining the TWP.
The trips were part of the studies for becoming a merchant marine officer.
Education matters Their father was a merchant Marine; mom was a homemaker.
The law sought to encourage U.S. shipbuilding and grow the nation’s merchant marine force.
Education matters Their father was a merchant Marine
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Definition of merchant marine for English Language Learners
: all of a country's ships that are used for trading goods rather than for war; also : the people who work such ships
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