English to Kyrgyz Meaning of boat - кайык

Boat :

кеме, идиш, кайык, Keel, жел кеме, Sloop, турган бут, мамлекеттик бут, салым, баржа, текшерүү, убакыт, учур, кичине кайык, кол өнөрчүлүк, Зураб, Жыйынтык


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Definitions of boat in English
Noun(1) a small vessel for travel on water(2) a dish (often boat-shaped
Verb(1) ride in a boat on water
Examples of boat in English
(1) a fishing boat(2) They're finding ways to boat them out of the school through boats up onto the bridge but much of the city of course is still under very high levels of water.(3) In order to make any size of boat viable, you have to have kill more and more fish.(4) Joining us, one gentleman, Bill Mulhern - you had a ship, a boat out here.(5) The boat - not a dinghy, mind you, but a good - sized boat with a cabin - is the classroom.(6) Sure, every solo sailor has this terrible image of them falling off the boat and watching the boat sail away perfectly trimmed up, under auto pilot.(7) At that time, the area was a true wilderness, with access primarily by boat and ship on Lake Superior.(8) This in turn causes surrounding air to rush into the sail and propel the boat further.(9) The former trawler and scalloper will start a new life as a general cargo boat operating between the islands and France.(10) To be competitive in the market, we had to have our products made in China and then shipped to us by boat .(11) Stromness lifeboat was called out on Sunday evening after a fishing boat with engine trouble began drifting towards shore near the Bay of Skaill.(12) It's interesting that both films start with McCrea on a boat , sailing into unknown waters.(13) We were a tight-knit group of three once the boat had set sail, and we were in a large dining area.(14) So this was why the Golden Plunderer was the most famous of them all; it had robbed every boat , every ship, every city, of its riches.(15) The propeller from the boat 's engine was embedded 6 inches into a fence post.(16) At age 72, Pam sails her own boat and each year takes a wicked sailing trip to the Caribbean with friends.
Related Phrases of boat
(1) boat trip ::
кайык менен саякаттоо
(2) sailing boat ::
жел кеме
(3) fishing boat ::
балык уулоочу кайык
(4) by boat ::
кайык менен
(5) row a boat ::
бир кайыкта
(6) dragon boat festival ::
ажыдаар кайык майрам
(7) on the boat ::
(8) small boat ::
кичине кайык
1. vessel ::
2. craft ::
кол өнөрчүлүк
3. watercraft ::
4. ship ::
5. keel ::
6. sail ::
парус менен жүрүү
7. yacht ::
кичине кеме
8. paddle ::
кайыктын калагы
9. row ::
10. cruise ::
Different Forms
boat, boated, boating, boats
Word Example from TV Shows
- ...a gravy boat.
- Oh, one gravy boat.

- ...a gravy BOAT. - Oh, one gravy BOAT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 2

I just think about my dad
out there on his boat all alone.

I just think about my dad out there on his BOAT all alone.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 1

On a boat you built.

On a BOAT you built.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6

My Lord, me and
Floki paid for the boat.

My Lord, me and Floki paid for the BOAT.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 3

What are you doing?
Making a boat.

What are you doing? Making a BOAT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 13

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