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sail /seil/
  • danh từ
    • buồm
      • to hoist a sail: kéo buồm lên
    • tàu, thuyền
      • a fleet of twenty sails: một đội tàu gồm 20 chiếc
      • sail ho!: tàu kia rồi!
    • bản hứng gió (ở cánh cối xay gió)
    • quạt gió (trên boong tàu, trên hầm mỏ)
    • chuyến đi bằng thuyền buồm
    • to make sail
      • (xem) make
    • to set sail
      • (xem) set
    • to take in sail
      • cuốn buồm lại
    • (nghĩa bóng) hạ thập yêu cầu, bớt tham vọng
    • to take the wind out of someone's sails
      • (xem) wind
  • nội động từ
    • chạy bằng buồm, chạy bằng máy (tàu)
    • đi thuyền buồm, đi tàu (người); nhổ neo, xuống tàu (để ra đi)
    • bay lượn, liêng; đi lướt qua, trôi qua (chim, máy...)
    • đi một cách oai vệ ((thường) nói về đàn bà...)
    • ngoại động từ
      • đi trên, chạy trên (biển...)
        • he had sailed the sea for many years: anh ta đã đi biển nhiều năm
      • điều khiển, lái (thuyền buồm)
      • to sail into
        • (thông tục) lao vào (công việc), bắt đầu một cách hăng hái
      • tấn công dữ dội; mắng nhiếc thậm tệ, chỉ trích thậm tệ
      • to sail close (near) the wind
        • (xem) wind
    Concise Dictionary
    sails|sailed|sailingseɪl
    noun
    +a large piece of fabric (usually canvas fabric) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
    +an ocean trip taken for pleasure
    verb
    +traverse or travel by ship on (a body of water)
    +move with sweeping, effortless, gliding motions
    +travel in a boat propelled by wind
    +travel by boat propelled by wind or by other means

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 navigate, pilot, steer:
    Sail as close to the shore as possible to avoid the whirlpool.
    2 go sailing or boating or yachting, cruise, set sail, put (out) to sea:
    Would you like to sail to the Isle of Wight for the weekend?
    3 drift, move lightly, breeze, flow, waft, sweep, coast, float, scud, glide, slide, slip, plane, skim, fly, flit:
    It was delightful to watch the tiny boats sailing, tacking, beating, and running in the brisk wind.
    n.
    4 canvas:
    The schooner was carrying all the sail she could.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    1 (of a boat or ship or the people on it) to travel on water using sails or an engine: [V, usually +adv./prep.] to sail up the coast / into harbour + The dinghy sailed smoothly across the lake. + The ferry sails from Newhaven to Dieppe. + one of the first people to sail around the world + [VN] to sail the Atlantic
    2 (also go sailing) to control or travel on a boat with a sail, especially as a sport: [V] We spent the weekend sailing off the south coast. + Do you go sailing often? + [VN] She sails her own yacht. + He managed to sail the boat between the rocks.
    3 [V] (of a boat or ship or the people in it) to begin a journey on water: We sail at 2 p.m. tomorrow. + He sailed for the West Indies from Portsmouth.
    4 [V +adv./prep.] to move quickly and smoothly in a particular direction; (of people) to move in a confident manner: clouds sailing across the sky + The ball sailed over the goalie's head. + She sailed past me, ignoring me completely.
    Idioms: sail close to the wind to take a risk by doing sth that is dangerous or that may be illegal
    Phrasal Verbs: sail through (sth) to pass an exam, a test, etc. without any difficulty
    + noun
    1 [C, U] a sheet of strong fabric which the wind blows against to make a boat or ship travel through the water: As the boat moved down the river the wind began to fill the sails. + a ship under sail (= using sails) + in the days of sail (= when ships all used sails) + Mrs Healy moved away like a ship in full sail (= with all its sails spread out). + The vessel can be propelled by oars or sail (= sails).
    2 [sing.] a trip in a boat or ship: We went for a sail. + a two-hour sail across the bay
    3 [C] a set of boards attached to the arm of a WINDMILL
    Idioms: set sail (from / for ...) (formal) to begin a trip by sea: a liner setting sail from New York + We set sail (for France) at high tide.
    more at TRIM v., WIND n.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    main | canvas

    VERB + SAIL

    hoist, raise | drop, lower | adjust, trim | fill
    The dinghy gathered speed as the wind filled her sails.
    | reef, shorten | furl

    SAIL + VERB

    billow, flap
    The bay was full of yachts with billowing sails.
    | fill

    SAIL + NOUN

    area, shape, size | canvas

    PREP.

    under ~
    The yacht came in under sail and anchored near us.

    PHRASES

    the days of sail
    The boat is preserved as a monument to the days of sail.
    | in/under full sail
    She advanced towards us like a galleon in full sail.
    | set sail (for)
    We set sail for France at first light.



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