carrack carrack


  • (n) a large galleon sailed in the Mediterranean as a merchantman


  1. Sixteen years later, a priest and a single-minded evangelist, he left Lisbon on a Portuguese carrack to found the Jesuit missions in Asia.
  2. It is a huge drinking cup in the form of an armed three-masted carrack, nearly 3 ft.


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