Pronunciation: (krOO), [key]
1. a group of persons involved in a particular kind of work or working together: the crew of a train; a wrecking crew.
2. Naut.
a. the people who sail or operate a ship or boat.
b. the common sailors of a ship's company.
c. a particular gang of a ship's company.
3. the people who fly or operate an aircraft or spacecraft.
4. the team that rows a racing shell: varsity crew.
5. the sport of racing with racing shells: He went out for crew in his freshman year.
6. a company; crowd: He and his crew of friends filled the room.
7. any force or band of armed men.

1. to serve as a member of a crew on (a ship, aircraft, etc.).
2. to obtain or employ a crew for (a ship, aircraft, etc.).

to serve as a member of a crew.


Pronunciation: (krOO), [key]
a pt. of crow 2.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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