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Translation of "sail" - English-Turkish dictionary

sail

verb     /seɪl/
TRAVEL [I]
B1 to travel in a boat or a ship gemiyle tekneyle yol almak/gitmek/seyahat etmek We sailed to Malta.Sailing and boatingMovement on or through water
CONTROL BOAT [I, T]
B1 to control a boat that has no engine and is pushed by the wind yelkenli kullanmak, yelkenle yol almak She sailed the small boat through the storm.Sailing and boating
START JOURNEY [I]
When a ship sails, it starts its journey, and if people sail from a particular place or at a particular time, they start their journey. deniz yolculuğu yapmak, sefere çıkmak, denizde seyahat etmek/yol almak This ship sails weekly from Florida to the Bahamas.Sailing and boatingMovement on or through water
sail over/past/through, etc
to move quickly through the air havada hızla hareket etmek; uçup gitmek The ball sailed past me.Movement through the airAviationTravelling by aircraftMoving quickly
(Definition of sail verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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