- barco (masculine), embarcación (feminine) [formal]; (small, open) bote (masculine), barca (feminine) we went to Singapore by boat fuimos a Singapur en barco to be in the same boat estar* en la misma situación to push the boat out (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] tirar la casa por la ventana [colloquial/familiar] to rock the boat hacer* olas burn1 2 1 1 miss1 1 4More example sentences
- This in turn causes surrounding air to rush into the sail and propel the boat further.
- Fu told Baja, as well as reporters, that the fishermen strayed into Philippine waters after their boat engine malfunctioned.
- He and many others landed jobs on in-shore mackerel boats, fishing tamer waters around the isle.
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