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longboat

Saltos de línea: long|boat
Pronunciación: /ˈlɒŋbəʊt
 
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Definición de longboat en inglés:

sustantivo

1A large boat which may be launched from a sailing ship: he was cast adrift in a longboat by the mutinous crew
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The longboat was launched before a crowd of about 500 at Town Beach, the cradle of history in this district.
  • The bows of the longboat collided with the dock, causing the little boats to pitch and sway in a haphazard fashion.
  • Hadleigh looked towards the pirate ship to see three longboats full of men rowing towards them.
2 another term for longship.
Example sentences
  • Thankfully these are not Norse raisers in their longboats, but the Royal Marines' new all-terrain vehicles, now being delivered to Corps units.
  • Tall ships, small ships, pirate ships, submarines, rafts, and Viking longboats might all put in an appearance.
  • Still, by the time Wonka and his guests set sail, the fact that their ship is a Viking longboat carved from a big boiled sweet seems almost mundane.

Words that rhyme with longboat

lifeboaticeboat

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