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Dictionary English German: [boat]

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English German
sth. chugged [as of motor, train, boat, etc.]
32
etw. tuckerte
naut. sb. careened [a ship, a boat]
10
jd. kielholte [ein Schiff, ein Boot]
poled {adj} {past-p} [propelled a boat or raft with a pole]
8
gestakt
seafaring {adj} [boat]
7
hochseetüchtig
bot. cymbiform {adj} [boat-shaped]kahnförmig
fish fishing {adj} [attr.] [e.g. boat, camp, lodge, net, village]Fischer- [z. B. Boot, Siedlung, Hütte, Netz, Dorf]
naut. launched {past-p} [boat, new ship]zu Wasser gelassen
power {adj} [attr.] [e.g. boat, glider, pump, saw]Motor- [z. B. Boot, Segler, Pumpe, Säge]
punted {past-p} [in a boat]gestakt
sports rowing {adj} [attr.] [e.g. boat, bench, club]Ruder- [z. B. Boot, Bank, Verein]
Verbs
to embark [go on board of a boat / ship or aircraft]
1255
einsteigen [in ein Boot / Schiff oder Flugzeug]
to chug [as of motor, train, boat, etc.]
188
tuckern
naut. to sail [go by boat]
75
schippern [ugs.]
naut. to disembark (sb.) [by boat / in boats]
45
(jdn.) ausbooten
naut. to bail [scoop] [remove water from a boat]
44
schöpfen [Wasser aus einem Boot]
naut. to careen sth. [a boat, a ship]
42
etw.Akk. kielholen [ein Boot oder Schiff an Land umlegen]
naut. to punt [in a boat]
39
staken
naut. to embark (sb.) [by boat / in boats]
30
(jdn.) einbooten
to overbalance [boat]
21
kippen
naut. to sail [to travel in a ship or boat using sails or engine power]
13
fahren [mit einem Schiff oder Boot]
naut. to beach [boat]auf Strand setzen
naut. to boat sth. [place in a boat]etw.Akk. in ein Boot laden
to catch sth. [train, boat]mit etw. (gerade noch) mitkommen [erreichen, z. B. den Zug, Dampfer]
naut. to launch [small boat, lifeboat]zu Wasser lassen
naut. to launch sth. [a boat]etw.Akk. zu Wasser bringen [selten]
to outdrive sth. [car, boat, etc.]etw. (voll) ausfahren [ugs.] [an die Grenzen der Leistungsfähigkeit]
naut. to overturn sth. [a boat etc.]etw.Akk. zum Kentern bringen
to push [i.e. a boat with one's feet]abstemmen [z. B. ein Boot vom Ufer]
naut. to snub sth. [bring a boat to an abrupt stop]etw.Akk. ruckartig zum Halten bringen [Boot oder Schiff]
Nouns
naut. tugboat [also: tug boat]
145
Schlepper {m}
naut. bark [archaic or literary] [small boat]
82
Nachen {m} [dichter.] [kleines Boot]
naut. launch [archaic] [largest boat on board a warship]
70
Barkasse {f} [veraltet] [größtes Beiboot auf Kriegsschiffen]
naut. hydrofoil [boat]
57
Tragflächenboot {n}
naut. hydrofoil [boat]
44
Tragflügelboot {n}
naut. cockleshell [small boat]
28
Nussschale {f} [ugs.] [kleines Boot]
naut. pram [flat-bottomed boat]
23
Prahm {m}
mil. wolfpack [U-boat warfare]
15
Wolfsrudel {n}
material caulk [boat building]
13
Dichtkitt {m} [Bootsbau]
naut. transom [flat termination of the stern of a boat]
12
Spiegel {m} [Heckspiegel] [hinteres Ende eines Bootes oder Schiffes]
naut. crabber [boat]
7
Krebsfischerboot {n}
hunting naut. sealer [boat or person]
7
Robbenfänger {m} [Schiff oder Person]
naut. [corresponds roughly to a smack (boat)]Ewer {m}
mil. naut. [German patrol boat in WW II]Vorpostenboot {n}
math. tools [number boat; used in elementary mathematics]Rechenschiffchen {n} [in der Elementarmathematik]
mil. naut. [WWI and WWII, esp. in U-boat terminology, a war cruise or combat patrol against the enemy]Feindfahrt {f} [1. und 2. WK Marinejargon]
bark [literary] [small boat] [here: mastless]Barke {f}
naut. barque [literary or poetic] [small boat]Nachen {m} [dichter.] [kleines Boot]
barque [literary] [small boat] [here: mastless]Barke {f}
naut. bateau [Am.] [Can.] [flatbottom boat]Flussboot {n} [flacher Kahn, z. B. Zille, Plätte]
gastr. boat [short for: gravy boat, sauce boat]Sauciere {f}
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