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boat

noun /bəut/
a small vessel for travelling/traveling over water
barco, barca, embarcación
a rowing boat.
a larger vessel for the same purpose; a ship
barco, navío, buque
Passenger boats began to cross the Atlantic regularly.
a serving-dish shaped like a boat
salsera
a gravy boat.
boatman noun ( plural boatmen) a man in charge of a small boat in which fare-paying passengers are carried
barquero
The boatman charges 500 pesos for the round trip.
in the same boat in the same, usually difficult, position or circumstances
en el mismo barco
We’re all in the same boat as far as low wages are concerned.
speedboat noun a fast motor boat.
fueraborda
Translations of “boat”
in Korean 보트, 배…
in Arabic قَارِب…
in French bateau, navire, saucière…
in Italian barca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 艇,小船, 輪船…
in Russian судно, лодка, корабль…
in Turkish gemi, kayık, sandal…
in Polish łódź, łódka, statek…
in Portuguese barco…
in German das Boot, das Schiff, die Soßenschüssel…
in Catalan vaixell, barca…
in Japanese 船, ボート…
in Chinese (Simplified) 艇,小船, 轮船…
(Definition of boat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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