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Translation of "yacht" - English-Spanish dictionary

yacht

noun /jot/
a boat or small ship, usually with sails, often with an engine, built and used for racing or cruising
yate
We spent our holidays on a friend’s yacht (also adjective) a yacht race.
yachting noun the pastime of sailing in a yacht
navegación
He wants to encourage more young people to take up the sport of yachting.
yachtsman /ˈjots-/ noun ( plural yachtsmen) a person who sails a yacht
navegador
He’s a keen yachtsman.
yacht club noun a club for yacht-owners.
club náutico
Translations of “yacht”
in Arabic يَخْت…
in Korean 요트…
in Malaysian perahu layar…
in French (de) yacht…
in Turkish yat, tekne…
in Italian yacht, panfilo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帆船, 快艇, 遊艇…
in Russian яхта…
in Polish jacht…
in Vietnamese du thuyền…
in Portuguese iate…
in Thai เรือยอชท์…
in German die Jacht, Segel-……
in Catalan iot…
in Japanese ヨット…
in Indonesian perahu pesiar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帆船, 快艇, 游艇…
(Definition of yacht from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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