|crew cut||butch haircut|
|4-member rowing crew, 4-oared racing boat, being 4 in number, boat races, bowling team, group of 4, number 4, something with value of 4||four|
|act of paddling, act of propelling a boat with oars; crew, sculling, sport of racing in light rowboats, activity of propelling a boat with oars||rowing|
|advisers to Roosevelt, brilliant team, thinking crew, high-level advisers, inept people||brain trust|
|airplane interior, cottage, lodge; compartment, cubicle, crew quarters on spacecraft, keep somebody or self confined, room on ship, shelter on small boat, small room on ship, wooden hut||cabin|
|animals performing together, animals worked together, cooperatively functioning group, drive a team, form or form into a team, group forming side in sports competition, crew; selected group; cart pulled by hitched horses, grouping of animals, harness, ...||team|
|assign to a particular post or position, appoint, broadcasting building, broadcasting channel, local branch of an organization, military or government settlement in India, military posting, place on ship for crew member, place where ship is sent, posit...||station|
|barge captain or crew member, bargee||bargeman|
|be on crew, be on crew of, competitive sport of rowing in a racing shell, Crow, group of friends, group of people working together on an air or watercraft; team of people working together (i.e. on a stage, construction site, etc.); group of people on a...||crew|
|being 8 in number, group of 8, number 8, racing shell, rowing crew, something with 8 parts, something with a value of 8||eight|
|brilliant team, thinking crew||brains trust|
|concerned with staff, employ a group of workers, provide with employees, man, employed with salary, employees working in an organization, personnel; crew, team; stick, rod, pole; group of 5 horizontal lines and the 4 spaces between them on which music ...||staff|
|cooperative work by a group, work produced by a group, working with a crew on a common task, working in a group||teamwork|
|crew member of a submarine, submarine crew member||submariner|
|crew member of aircraft monitoring systems||flight engineer|
|crew of aircraft, crew that operates an aircraft (also air crew)||aircrew|
|crew-neck sweater, round neckline||crew neck|
|department of organization dealing with employees, people employed in organization, staff, work force; team, crew||personnel|
|fellow crew member||crewmate|
|fold-down collar, roll-neck garment, see also:crew neck, see also:crew-neck, see also:turtleneck, with roll-neck||roll-neck|
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