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burgee

Saltos de línea: bur¦gee
Pronunciación: /bəːˈdʒiː
 
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Definición de burgee en inglés:

sustantivo

A flag bearing the colours or emblem of a sailing club, typically triangular.
Example sentences
  • We exchanged handmade Valentines and flew heart burgees fashioned from old sails, scraps of red cloth and old jacklines for the hoists.
  • This powerboater looks forward to knowing I'll have a welcome place at the dinner table the next time I see LISCA burgees rafted up on the Sound.
  • I will need that photograph of Stephen in his uniform, along with my burgee and membership card, when I sail up to the docks of other yacht clubs.

Origen

mid 18th century: perhaps from French bourgeois (see burgess) in the sense 'owner, master'.

Words that rhyme with burgee

clergy

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