Definition of watercraft in English:

watercraft

Line breaks: water|craft
Pronunciation: /ˈwɔtəkraːft
 
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noun (plural same)

1A boat or other vessel that travels on water.
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  • Seriously, it was a great two days of sun, surf and boating in barely legal watercraft.
  • The speed and use of small boats and watercraft have increased dramatically in recent years.
  • The small tug also provides the capability to assist larger tugs in docking and undocking all types of ships and watercraft and can be used in routine harbor utility work.
2 [mass noun] Skill in sailing and other activities which take place on water.

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