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Translation of "sail" - English-German dictionary

sail

noun /seil/
a sheet of strong cloth spread to catch the wind, by which a ship is driven forward
das Segel
They are hoisting the sails.
a journey in a ship
die Fahrt
a sail in his yacht a week’s sail to the island.
an arm of a windmill.
der Windmühlenflügel
sailboard noun a windsurfer.
das Surfbrett
sailing noun the activity or sport of navigating a ship or boat that has sails
das Segeln
Sailing is one of his hobbies.
sailing- having a sail or sails
Segel-…
sailing-boat.
sailor noun a member of a ship’s crew whose job is helping to sail a ship.
der Matrose
in full sail with all the sails spread
mit vollen Segeln
The ship was in full sail.
(Definition of sail from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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