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boat / barco
boat   [bəʊt]
A. -noun   (generally)   barco (m)
(=large ship)   buque (m),   navío (m)   (small)   barca (f)
(=rowing boat)   barca (f),   bote (m) (de remo)
(=racing eight, ship'noun boat)   bote (m)
·to go by boat
·ir en barco
·to launch or lower the boats
·botar los botes al agua
a. to burn one'noun boats   quemar las naves
b. to miss the boat   perder el tren
c. to push the boat out   *   tirar la casa por la ventana *
d. to rock the boat   hacer olas
e. we're all in the same boat   *   estamos todos en la misma situaciónoun
B. -compound
·boat deck   -noun   cubierta (f) de botes
·boat hook   -noun   bichero (m)
·boat people   -noun plural   refugiados que huyen en barco
·boat race   -noun   regata (f)
·the Boat Race
(British, Great Britain)   carrera anual de remo entre Oxford y Cambridge
·boat train   -noun   tren (m) que enlaza con el barco
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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