ιστίο, πλους, πανί πλοίου, ταξίδι αναψυχήςπλέω, εκπλέω, διαπλέω, αρμενίζω
Noun(1) a large piece of fabric (usually canvas fabric(2) an ocean trip taken for pleasure(3) any structure that resembles a sail
Verb(1) traverse or travel on (a body of water(2) move with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions(3) travel on water propelled by wind(4) travel on water propelled by wind or by other means
(1) It's a disgrace that British-flagged ships should sail the seas carrying British exports but the crews are foreign.(2) Generally, the fish should not produce and use such vortex motion any more than a sailor should advance by blowing on a sail .(3) The boat suddenly lurched and spun about as the sail was unfurled and caught the wind.(4) None developed the distinctive sail that distinguished many pelycosaur groups.(5) Did you know that Keith is actually going to sail his yacht in the Sydney to Hobart race?(6) Great weather makes for great fun outdoors, and one of the major activities military members like to do is learn to sail .(7) With a crewed charter, you don't have to worry about breakdowns or provisioning or getting checked out to sail the boat.(8) If you ever get the chance to sail the seven seas on one of those deluxe cruise ships and admire the shiny modern interior, you could be looking at product from Pattaya.(9) The user may choose from a variety of ships, or may sail a custom-made vessel.(10) The longest leg of the journey is then the sail to Fort William and the final ascent of Ben Nevis.(11) He chooses to come to England by sail , not steamboat.(12) Kate and Josie Fraser lead out a group of fellow 2003 NCAS Sailing scholarship holders on a training sail at Ballina last November.(13) Mr Green, 59, said he started sailing when he needed to get away from it all and helped sail a yacht from Greece to Holland, and hasn't looked back since.(14) From there, he went on to join a yacht crew to sail from Belize to Tahiti.(15) Thus, in the early morning the animal could stand with its sail oriented toward the sun.(16) Steam and iron eclipsed wood and sail in the 1850s.
(1) sail away :: Σαλπάρετε
(2) set sail :: απέπλευσε
(3) sail out :: πλέουν έξω
(4) sail through :: πλεύσει μέσα από
(5) sail around :: πλέουν γύρω από
(6) sail up :: πλεύσει μέχρι
(7) sail off :: αποπλεύσει
(8) sail back :: πλεύσει πίσω
(9) setting sail :: ρύθμιση πανί
(10) sail down :: πλεύσει προς τα κάτω
1. canvas ::
2. cruise ::
3. voyage ::
ταξίδι στη θάλασσα
4. yacht ::
5. set sail ::
6. steer ::
7. glide ::
8. whiz ::
9. sweep ::
sail, sailed, sailing, sailings, sails
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Grey Worm and the Unsullied
will SAIL for the Rock,
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2
I have the Earl's permission to SAIL back to England.
Vikings Season 1, Episode 3
Set the SAIL.
Vikings Season 1, Episode 1
We SAIL together.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7
Should we let down the SAIL?
Vikings Season 1, Episode 2
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