Cargo means: Slave ship reference.
Cargo means: Slave ship reference.
Slang: Cargo means: Slave ship reference.
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Black Cargo means: Cargo banned by general cargo workers for some reason. This ban could be because the cargo is dangerous or hazardous to health.
Cargo Ship means: Any sort of ship or vessel that carries cargo, goods, and materials from one port to another, including general cargo ships (designed to carry break bulk cargo), bulk carriers, container ships, multipurpose vessels, and tankers. Tankers, however, although technically cargo ships, are routinely thought of as constituting a completely separate category.
Cargo Hatch means: An opening in a ship's deck for the loading and discharging of any kind of cargo.
Shifting means: This refers to movements or changing positions of cargo from one place to another. This can easily endanger the seaworthiness or cargo:worthiness of the ship.
Cargo Handling means: The act of loading and discharging a cargo ship.
Container Ship means: A cargo ship that carries all of her cargo in truck-size intermodal containers.
Net Tonnage means: Useful cargo carrying capacity of vessel. The volume of cargo a ship could carry, equal to gross tonnage minus the crew cabins, storerooms and machinery spaces. One ton equals 100 cubic feet.
Bulk Carrier means: A merchant ship specially designed to transport unpackaged bulk cargo in its cargo holds. Also bulk freighter or bulker.
DECK CARGO means: Deck cargo is British slang for women's breasts.
Barge means: (1) A cargo carrying vessel, usually without an engine, towed or pushed by a tug. Small barges for carrying cargo between ship and shore are known as lighters. (2) Also a term in sail racing : a boat which forces its way illegally between another contestant and the starting line is said to be barging.
Merchantman means: Any non-naval passenger or cargo-carrying vessel, including cargo ships, tankers, and passenger ships.
Deadweight means: A common measure of ship carrying capacity. The number of tons (2240 lbs.) of cargo, stores and bunkers that a vessel can transport. It is the difference between the number of tons of water a vessel displaces "light" and the number of tons it displaces "when submerged to the 'deep load line'." A vessel's cargo capacity is less than its total deadweight tonnage. The difference in weight between a vessel when it is fully loaded and when it is empty (in general transportation terms, the net) measured by the water it displaces. This is the most common, and useful, measurement for shipping as it measures cargo capacity.
Lighter means: General name for a broad, flat:bottomed boat used in transporting cargo between a vessel and the shore. The distinction between a lighter and a barge is more in the manner of use than in equipment. The term "lighter" refers to a short haul, generally in connection with loading and unloading operations of vessels in harbor while the term "barge" is more often used when the cargo is being carried to its destination over a long distance.
a cargo de means: in charge of; responsible for; by
Cargo means: Ship supplies.
NAPS means: Naps is Dorset slang for leather knee protectors.
bit of alright means: an attractive person ‘I reckon she’s a bit of alright’
Pinky means: Idiot
TTYL means: Talk To You.
menkerton means: An 'enthusiast'. Somebody who knows too much about something and therefore is always right. There were a number of Star Wars menkertons in our school who knew for sure that Han would beat Luke in a fight. Usually, but not necessarily, used as an insult (similar to anorak, trainsp otter).
Nat King Cole means: Dole (welfare). I've got to sign on the old Nat King
Hotsy means: Totsy - Pleasing.
live-park means: To park with the motor running. Isn't that Merrill Lynch a live wire? Did you see him wearing that lampshade like a hat at the party?
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