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sail

noun (TRAVEL)
旅行
 
 
/seɪl/
[S] a journey in a boat or ship
(乘船的)航行,航程
It's two days' sail/It's a two-day sail (= a journey of two days by sea) from here to the nearest island.
從這裡坐船到最近的島嶼需要兩天航程。
Journeys
set sail to begin a boat journey
啓航,開船
We set sail from Kuwait.
我們從科威特啓航。
They set sail for France.
他們啓航駛往法國。
Arriving and departing by boat or ship
Translations of “sail”
in Korean 돛…
in Arabic شِراع…
in French voile, voyage en bateau, aile…
in Italian vela…
in Russian парус…
in Turkish yelken…
in Polish żagiel…
in Spanish vela, paseo/viaje en barco, aspa…
in Portuguese vela…
in German das Segel, die Fahrt, der Windmühlenflügel…
in Catalan vela…
in Japanese 帆…
in Chinese (Simplified) 旅行, (乘船的)航行,航程…
(Definition of sail noun (TRAVEL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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