лодка, шлюпка, бот, пароход, корабль, судно, катер

The boats were swamped and lost. — Лодки наполнились водой и затонули.

The current set the boat northward. — Течение сносило лодку к северу.

A big wave swamped the boat. — Большая волна накрыла лодку.

To burn one's boats (bridges) behind one. — Сжечь за собой корабли (мосты).

- small boat
- smart boat
- fragile boat
- slow boat
- paper boat
- pirate boat
- abandoned boat
- sunken boat
- heavily-laden boat
- moored up boat
- boat rally
- boat trip
- boat man
- boat load
- boat with a sail
- boat with an awning
- boat for hire
- sail a boat
- hire a boat
- hire a whole boat
- row a boat
- take a boat
- get on a boat
- get off the boat
- come by boat
- be in the same boat
- operate a ferry boat
- take a boat for London
- build a boat
- equip a boat
- load a boat
- fit out a boat
- man a boat
- launch a boat
- hoist a boat
- pole a boat
- anchor up a boat
- put in land a boat
- tow a boat
- paddle a boat
- overturn a boat
- steer a boat with a rudder
- miss the boat
- fasten up a boat
- make a boat fast
- draw up pull up a boat
- run one's boat aground
- set the boat a drift
- get the boat into a drift
- bring a boat alongside with another boat
- send boats to the rescue
- get a boat out of a boat-house
- get a boat into a boat-house
- swamp a boat
- rip the boat with a sail
- trim the boat up with streamers
- fit out a boat with everything necessary
- render a boat completily watertight
- rock the boat
- take to boats
- prevent the boat from sinking
- hoist the boat out
- hoist the boat in
- boats sail
- boat lies at anchor
- boat is chained up
- boat toppled over
- boats sink
(1.) Названия средств передвижения, такие, как boat, ship, tram, bus в сочетании с глаголами to go, to come, to travel употребляются без артикля: to go (to travel) by boat, to go by train (by bus, by ship). Это же верно и по отношению к названиям способов и среды передвижения: to go by sea, by air, by land. (2.) В сочетаниях с глаголами to take, to catch эти существительные употребляются с неопределенным артиклем: to take a bus (boat, train). Определенный артикль the употребляется при наличии конкретизирующего определения: to catch the eight o'clock boat успеть на восьмичасовой катер, а с описательным определением употребляется неопределенный артикль: to take an early/later boat поехать ранним/поздним катером. (3.) Глаголы to get on и to get off требуют употребления определенного артикля перед названием транспортного средства: help the woman to get off the boat (bus) помогите женщине выйти из лодки (сойти с автобуса).

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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Смотреть что такое "boat" в других словарях:

  • Boat — (b[=o]t), n. [OE. boot, bat, AS. b[=a]t; akin to Icel. b[=a]tr, Sw. b[*a]t, Dan. baad, D. & G. boot. Cf. {Bateau}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A small open vessel, or water craft, usually moved by cars or paddles, but often by a sail. [1913 Webster] Note …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • boat — W2S1 [bəut US bout] n [: Old English; Origin: bat] 1.) a vehicle that travels across water ▪ If we had a boat, we could row across to the island. ▪ a fishing boat on/in a boat ▪ MacKay said he would sleep on his boat. by boat ▪ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • boat — [bōt] n. [ME bot < OE bat (akin to Ger & Du boot) < IE base * bheid , to split (in the sense “hollowed out tree trunk”) > FISSION] 1. a small, open water vehicle propelled by oars, sails, engine, etc. 2. a large such vehicle for use in… …   English World dictionary

  • boat — ► NOUN 1) a vessel for travelling on water. 2) a boat shaped serving dish for sauce or gravy. ► VERB ▪ travel in a boat for pleasure. ● be in the same boat Cf. ↑be in the same boat ● …   English terms dictionary

  • boat — [ bout ] noun count *** 1. ) a small vehicle that people use for traveling on water. Boats are usually smaller than ships, and are moved by means of sails, OARS, or motors: by boat: The only way to get there was by boat. => POWERBOAT, ROWBOAT …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Boat — (b[=o]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Boated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Boating}.] 1. To transport in a boat; as, to boat goods. [1913 Webster] 2. To place in a boat; as, to boat oars. [1913 Webster] {To boat the oars}. See under {Oar}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • boat — boat, vessel, ship, craft are comparable when they denote a floating structure designed to carry persons or goods over water. Boat is sometimes used as a general designation of such a structure but more specifically it is applicable to a small,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • boat — (n.) O.E. bat boat, ship, vessel, from P.Gmc. *bait (Cf. O.N. batr, Du. boot, Ger. Boot), possibly from PIE root *bheid to split (see FISSURE (Cf. fissure)), with the sense of making a boat by hollowing out a tree trunk; or it may be an extension …   Etymology dictionary

  • Boat — Boat, v. i. To go or row in a boat. [1913 Webster] I boated over, ran my craft aground. Tennyson. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • boat — A boat is a ‘small vessel propelled on water’ by various means, and includes vessels used for fishing, for cargo, or to carry passengers. A ship is a large sea going vessel, especially when part of a navy. A submarine, however, despite its… …   Modern English usage

  • BOAT/US — Boat Owners Association of the United States (Governmental » Transportation) …   Abbreviations dictionary

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