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N-COUNT 帆 Sails are large pieces of material attached to the mast of a ship. The wind blows against the sails and pushes the ship along.
The white sails billow with the breezes they catch.
VERB (船)航行，行驶 You say a ship sails when it moves over the sea.
The trawler had sailed from the port of Zeebrugge...
The Kruzenshtern is expected to sail for Boston this week.
V-ERG 驾驶(帆船);(船)扬帆行驶 If you sail a boat or if a boat sails, it moves across water using its sails.
I shall get myself a little boat and sail her around the world...
For nearly two hundred miles she sailed on, her sails hard with ice...
它在船帆硬邦邦地结满了冰的情况下连续航行了将近 200 英里。
N-COUNT (风车的)翼板 The sails on a windmill are the long flat parts that are turned by the wind.
...a windmill, its sails turning in the breeze.
VERB (人、物体)轻快而迅速地移动，飘过，飞过，掠过 If a person or thing sails somewhere, they move there smoothly and fairly quickly.
We got into the lift and sailed to the top floor...
The cabs sailed past.
PHRASE 启航;开船 When a ship sets sail, it leaves a port.
He loaded his vessel with another cargo and set sail...
Christopher Columbus set sail for the New World in the Santa Maria.
PHRASE 坐帆船;乘帆船 If you cross the sea under sail, you cross it in a ship that has sails rather than an engine.
...the challenge and fun of going to sea under sail.
...a big ship under sail.