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Spanish translation of “sail”

sail

verb
to steer or navigate a ship or boat
pilotar
He sailed (the boat) to the island.
to go in a ship or boat (with or without sails)
navegar
I’ve never sailed through the Mediterranean.
to begin a voyage
zarpar, hacerse a la mar
The ship sails today My aunt sailed today.
to travel on (the sea etc) in a ship
navegar, cruzar en barco
He sailed the North Sea.
to move steadily and easily
deslizarse
Clouds sailed across the sky He sailed through his exams She sailed into the room.
(Definition of sail from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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