Noun(1) a member of the United States Marine Corps(2) a soldier who serves both on shipboard and on land
Adjective(1) of or relating to the sea(2) relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen(3) of or relating to military personnel who serve both on land and at sea (specifically the U.S. Marine Corps(4) relating to or characteristic of or occurring on or in the sea(5) native to or inhabiting the sea
(1) So, who is this marine surveyor, this person upon whom you are placing your trust?(2) Close to his home was a little shop owned by a marine painter, Mr. Eugene Boudin.(3) As almost everyone knows, Trinidad is the place to have marine parts shipped in.(4) The data should prove to be a gold mine to boating groups, government agencies and the marine industry.(5) In the case of a marine engineer, the highest post is that of a Chief Engineer.(6) He was a marine engineer, a world traveler, and it was from him that I acquired some of my wanderlust.(7) Thirty years ago, the marine industry said boat recall laws would break its back.(8) With Turner, however, his marine paintings - a third of his output - are the key to his entire oeuvre.(9) The role of seapower in the revolt and after generated the marine painting of van de Velde the Younger and others.(10) Should we hire a marine surveyor to inspect the boat once it's returned to us?(11) This is a centre of marine science excellence in the world, here in Townsville.(12) Sirenians are vegetarians, feeding on a variety of marine algae and higher plants.(13) The market leaders in marine painting had moved to London.(14) What the marine trades must develop, along with the schools, is an apprenticeship program.(15) His painting of sea and marine organisms had distinct colour patterns and perfect symmetry.(16) Rock lobster, crab and oysters add to the spread of commercial marine species.