cabin crew

cabin crews
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The cabin crew on an aircraft are the people whose job is to look after the passengers.

He was assured by a senior member of the cabin crew that there definitely was not an emergency.


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  • cabin crew — noun The members of an aircraft crew who look after passengers • • • Main Entry: ↑cabin * * * ˈcabin crew [cabin crew] noun countable + singular or plural verb the people whose job is to take care of passengers on a plane …   Useful english dictionary

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  • cabin crew — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms cabin crew : singular cabin crew plural cabin crews tourism the people on a plane whose job is to look after the passengers …   English dictionary

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  • cabin crew — /ˈkæbən kru/ (say kabuhn krooh) noun the crew of flight attendants who attend to passengers on an aeroplane …   Australian English dictionary

  • cabin crew — noun The members of staff aboard a commercial aircraft, employed to ensure the safety and comfort of their passengers …   Wiktionary

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