|collapsible boat, faltboat||foldboat|
|(British) wheeled carriage for babies, stroller, perambulator, baby carriage, flat-bottomed barge, flat-bottomed fishing boat, praam||pram|
|(especially concerning a boat or spacecraft) remove from a dock, detach in space||undock|
|(Nautical) forward edge of a sail; wide part near the bow of a boat, flap, front edge of sail, sail too close to wind, turn a ship toward the wind (Nautical)||luff|
|(Nautical) small shallow cargo boat with a keeled hull; large yacht with a permanent keel (rather than a removable centerboard), covered river boat with shallow draft||keelboat|
|(Nautical, Aeronautics) toward the back, toward the rear; backwards, behind boat, in or to the stern, with stern foremost||astern|
|(trademark) a collapsible tube having an attached hypodermic needle containing a single dose of medicine (Medicine)||syrette|
|2-person racing boat, pair||pair-oar|
|4-member rowing crew, 4-oared racing boat, being 4 in number, boat races, bowling team, group of 4, number 4, something with value of 4||four|
|able to see far, cannot be viewed without the use of a telescope; able to be shortened, collapsible, enlarging, of telescopes||telescopic|
|act of boarding a boat, going aboard, putting on board a ship||embarkation|
|act of bringing a boat to dock, act of bringing a boat ashore||docking|
|act of fetching, apparition of living person, arrive somewhere by boat, cause to come, distance wind travels unobstructed, draw in breath, go after and bring back; call, gather; charm; deliver a blow; bring forth (sound, sigh, etc.); inhale; execute; b...||fetch|
|act of launching; act of setting afloat; act of sending out; act of starting or initiating; commencement, inauguration; large motorboat; large boat carried by a warship, begin a campaign, fire a rocket into the air, largest boat on an old warship, laun...||launch|
|act of paddling, act of propelling a boat with oars; crew, sculling, sport of racing in light rowboats, activity of propelling a boat with oars||rowing|
|act of prevention or frustration; seat across a boat used by an oarsman, athwart, crosswise seat in boat, diagonal, slanted, sloped, extending across, frustrate something, foil, impede||thwart|
|agree to sex, annoy somebody, cause inconvenience, eliminate player, extinguish light or fire, irritated, make something known, produce something, retire somebody, set off in boat, to cause injury to something||put out|
|airboat, flat-bottomed boat used in swamps||swamp boat|
|aircraft or spacecraft, be sent to stores, bring oars inside boat, go on ship, large boat, large square-rigged sailboat, large vessel made for sailing on the sea; aircraft, send somebody, dispatch; transport by ship (or airplane, truck, etc.); put on b...||ship|
|airfoil for steering airplane, controlling force, means of steering boat or ship, movable vertical blade located at the rear of an airplane or ship and used for steering||rudder|
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