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sail

verb (TRAVEL) 旅行     /seɪl/
[I usually + adv/prep] When a boat or a ship sails, it travels on the water (船)航行,行駛 The boat sailed along/down the coast. 那艘船沿著海岸航行。 As the battleship sailed by/past, everyone on deck waved. 戰艦駛過時,甲板上所有的人都揮手致意。 The ship was sailing to China. 這艘船開往中國。 Sailing and boatingMovement on or through water
[I or T, usually + adv/prep] to control a boat that has no engine and is pushed by the wind 駕駛帆船 He sailed the dinghy up the river. 他駕駛小遊艇沿河逆流而上。 She sailed around the world single-handed in her yacht. 她獨自一人駕駛帆船環遊了整個世界。 Sailing and boatingMovement on or through water
[I] When a ship sails, it starts its journey, and when people sail from a particular place or at a particular time, they start their journey in a ship 啓航,開船 Their ship sails for Bombay next Friday. 他們的船下週五啓航去孟買。 Sailing and boatingMovement on or through water
(Definition of sail verb (TRAVEL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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