sail

sail
[seil] 1. noun
1) (a sheet of strong cloth spread to catch the wind, by which a ship is driven forward.) plachta
2) (a journey in a ship: a sail in his yacht; a week's sail to the island.) plavba
3) (an arm of a windmill.) lopatka
2. verb
1) ((of a ship) to be moved by sails: The yacht sailed away.) plachtit
2) (to steer or navigate a ship or boat: He sailed (the boat) to the island.) řídit
3) (to go in a ship or boat (with or without sails): I've never sailed through the Mediterranean.) plout
4) (to begin a voyage: The ship sails today; My aunt sailed today.) odplout
5) (to travel on (the sea etc) in a ship: He sailed the North Sea.) plavit se
6) (to move steadily and easily: Clouds sailed across the sky; He sailed through his exams; She sailed into the room.) plout, proplouvat, vplout
- sailing
- sailing-
- sailor
- in full sail
* * *
• plout
• plachta
• plavit se
• plachtit

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