English version

ketch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
ketchketch /ketʃ/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 TTWa small sailing ship with two masts
Examples from the Corpus
ketch• She's a beauty; a forty-foot ketch built of mahogany on oak.• In his thirty-two-foot ketch, Nuria, he set out from the small harbour under the shoulder of his Hebridean island.• You listen to his gruff voice giving orders to his crew as they row him out to his ketch.• From an unmarked ketch the authorities watched him feeding scraps of metal from the car-deck to the seagulls which exploded.
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