Provide (a craft or vehicle) with a group of people to operate it
normally the boat is crewed by 5 people
Act as a member of a crew, subordinate to a captain
I've never crewed for a world-famous yachtsman before
A group of people who work on and operate a ship, boat, aircraft, spacecraft, or train
Such a group other than the officers
the ship's captain and crew may be brought to trial
The group that rows a racing shell
The sport of rowing a racing shell
A group of people who work closely together, in a job that is technically difficult or dangerous
an ambulance crew
crews of firefighters from neighboring towns were called in
A group of people associated in some way
a crew of assorted computer geeks
A group of rappers, breakdancers, or graffiti artists performing or operating together
A criminal gang
the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.)
serve as a crew member on
gang: an organized group of workmen
crowd: an informal body of friends; "he still hangs out with the same crowd"
the team of men manning a racing shell
A crew is a body or a class of people who work at a common activity, generally in a structured or hierarchical organization. A location in which a crew works is called a crewyard or a workyard. ...
Crew, the first regular Czech international comic magazine started publication in 1997. It was meant to be published every two months, but it started having long breaks after the first year. Officially publication ended in 2003 with Crew 21.
Seafarers hold a variety of professions and ranks, and each of these roles carries unique responsibilities which are integral to the successful operation of a seafaring vessel. ...
Rowing is a sport in which athletes race against each other on rivers, on lakes or on the ocean, depending upon the type of race and the discipline. The boats are propelled by the reaction forces on the oar blades as they are pushed against the water. ...
The Crew is a 2000 black comedy crime film, directed by Michael Dinner and starring Burt Reynolds, Seymour Cassel, Richard Dreyfuss, Dan Hedaya and Jennifer Tilly. Barry Sonnenfeld was one of the film's producers. It has been rated PG-13.
The Crew is a 2008 British crime film based on the novel "Outlaws" by Kevin Sampson. It is set in the criminal underworld of Northern England especially Liverpool, Merseyside.
A group of people (often staff) manning and operating a large facility or piece of equipment such as a factory, ship, boat or airplane; A member of the crew of a vessel or plant; A member of a ship's company who is not an officer; The group of workers on a dramatic production who are not part ...
(Crews) everyone has a job and this is determined by the Drum Major and administration. Our members do all the cleaning and packing for the corps. ...
Personnel, other than Master, who serve on board a vessel. In some cases a differentiation between officers and ratings is made; but officers are "crew" in a legal sense.
A predefined labor group that works as a whole at a given operation or on a specific job. Used instead of reporting the individual personnel who did the work.
In Craps, the dealers assigned to the game or table.
The person holding the gibsheet and controls the centreboard trim. Also controls the spinnaker or gennaker
The name for a section of Rovers. A Rover Crew.
a group of soldiers that takes orders from a capo.
A crew, krew, or cru (alternative spelling) is a group of writers or graffiti artists. Some crews are members of gangs, or are associated with gangs (sometimes for procurement of art materials or for protection while painting), but most crews are unaffiliated with gangs. ...
Personnel who man a game.
In a chouette, members of the team who play with the captain against the box.
The thorough cleaning of a co-op after every meal
Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare, various jamming devices employed to combat radio-controlled IEDs in Iraq; including the SSVJ (Self-Screen Vehicle Jammer), ICE (IED Counter Electronic Device) and MICE (Modified ICE)
Two or more people assigned to fly as a team in the same aircraft at the same time. Cross Controls -Rather than coordinating controls as informal flying, a pilot can use opposing control surfaces to achieve a particular effect, such as a skid or a slip, or to correct for a crosswind landing.