English version

sailboat

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
sailboatsail‧boat /ˈseɪlbəʊt $ -boʊt/ noun [countable] American English  TTWa small boat with one or more sails
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sailboatShe tacked up the fell like a sailboat before the wind.Everything you do on a sailboat is done slowly and thoughtfully.From every window there was a view: the bay, sailboats.Now we were zooming over a bridge; sailboats were on the Sound.It shows a sunny day, sailboats and people enjoying the recreational benefits.His longtime sailboat, named Apogee in honor of his lunar Apollo flight, is for sale.Because the pier has 22-foot ceilings, only sailboats with removable masts could be stored there.
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