Definition of take ship in English:

take ship

Set off on a voyage by ship; embark: they were due to take ship for Rhodes
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  • Without the strong hand of the emperor, the German army began to break up: some returned to Europe, some took ship and sailed to Antioch, and some went overland to Antioch.
  • You will then take ship at Krelik and sail down the Spear.
  • On 17 March 49 B.C., Pompey took ship for Macedonia.
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