a large boat that carries people or goods by sea
There are two restaurants on board ship .
a sailing/cargo/cruise ship
船长；船上的全体船员 / 厨师
a ship's captain/crew/company/cook
Raw materials and labour come by ship , rail or road.
to leave the ship on which you are serving, without permission
to leave an organization that you belong to, suddenly and unexpectedly
used to talk about people who leave an organization, a company, etc. that is having difficulties, without caring about the people who are left
to send or transport sb/sth by ship or by another means of transport
The company ships its goods all over the world.
He was arrested and shipped back to the UK for trial.
to be available to be bought; to make sth available to be bought
The software is due to ship next month.
The company continues to ship more computer systems than its rivals.
of a boat, etc.
to have water coming in over the sides
used to tell sb that if they do not improve, work harder, etc. they will have to leave their job, position, etc.
He finally faced up to his drug problem when his band told him to shape up or ship out.
to send sb to a place where they will stay
The children were shipped off to a boarding school at an early age.