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yacht 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
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yachts, plural;
  1. Race or cruise in a yacht

Noun
  1. A medium-sized sailboat equipped for cruising or racing

  2. A powered boat or small ship equipped for cruising, typically for private or official use
    • - a steam yacht

  1. an expensive vessel propelled by sail or power and used for cruising or racing
  2. travel in a yacht
  3. (yachting) boating: water travel for pleasure
  4. A yacht is a recreational boat. The term originated from the Dutch Jacht meaning "hunt". It was originally defined as a light, fast sailing vessel used by the Dutch navy to pursue pirates and other transgressors around and into the shallow waters of the Low Countries. ...
  5. Jonathan Warren Bechtolt (born December 2, 1980), aka Jona Bechtolt, is an electronic musician and multimedia artist based in Portland, Oregon, United States. ...
  6. Yachting refers to recreational sailing or boating, the specific act of sailing or using other vessels for sporting.
  7. (Yachting (magazine)) Yachting is a monthly English-language magazine published since 1907. It features articles on sailing and powerboating. Most of the editorial content covers new marine products and developments, a calendar of races and lists of yacht brokerages.
  8. (Yachts (band)) Yachts were a British power pop band, best remembered for their 1977 single, "Suffice To Say", and “minor new wave classic”, "Love You, Love You".Larkin, Colin (1992) “Indie & New Wave Music”, Guinness Publishing, Enfield, p. 317;
  9. A slick and light ship for making pleasure trips or racing on water, having sails but often motor-powered. At times used as a residence offshore on a dock; Any vessel used for private, noncommercial purposes; To sail, voyage, or race in a yacht
  10. (yachting) To cruise in a motor yacht that typically ranges from 40- to 89- feet long.
  11. (Yachting) for pleasure was formerly the province of the wealthy due to expense and the manpower required, but today has become the pastime of many worldwide.
  12. (Yachting) the action, practice, or amusement of cruising in a yacht. Races were often held.
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  14. To see a yacht in a dream, denotes happy recreation away from business and troublesome encumbrances. A stranded one, represents miscarriage of entertaining engagements.
  15. Name given to any boat used for pleasure cruises or racing.
  16. Generally a "yacht" is any vessel which is permanently fitted out and used by her owner for pleasure. The word is of Dutch origin. In the time of Elizabeth a "yacht" was kept for the use of the Sovereign, and since that date every succeeding monarch has had more than one yacht.
  17. To see a yacht in your dream, symbolizes wealth, pleasure, and luxury. You are worry-free and pursuing a life of ease. It may also indicate your desire to devote more time to recreational pursuits.
  18. A relatively small sail or power vessel built for private sport or leisure uses. Interchangable with boat, craft, vessel.
  19. From the Dutch word “Jaghd”, widely used term for pleasure vessels, mostly bigger boats primarily for sailing, but often seaworthy and equipped with strong engines
  20. commonly used to describe any boat prior to its purchase, and by many boat owners to describe their vessel to persons who have never seen it and are likely never to do so.
  21. A vessel of pleasure or state. May be of any size.
  22. Any boat used primarily for recreation or pleasure, regardless of size or appointments. A yacht may be any size and have many luxuries or none.
  23. A description for a medium to large size boat that can be either a sail or powerboat that is used as either a pleasure boat or a racing boat.
  24. n. Small ship that's far better to be on than a big ship.
  25. A sailing vessel, often sailing boats over about 25 feet are termed yachts.