- n.帆船运动; （乘帆船的）航行; （轮船的）航班;
- v.驾驶( sail的现在分词); 起航; 坐船旅行; 掠;
- 复数: sailings;
When they first joined for training many were starry eyed about just sailing around the world. We soon knocked that out of them.
Sailing boats lay at anchor in the narrow waterway.
We struck up a conversation, in the course of which it emerged that he was a sailing man.
Pregnancy wasn't all plain sailing and once again there were problems.
We know it won't be plain sailing at Wembley because there are no easy games at this level.
His sailing instructor fell overboard and drowned during a lesson.
We'll get the next sailing.
Experienced seamen will advise you about sailing in this weather.
I hope the wind keeps down , or the sea will be too rough for sailing.
The ship is outward bound , sailing away from its home port.
When is the next sailing to Ostend?
We were sailing southward.
We were sailing on starboard tack.
The ship is sailing up the Nile.
The Longman logo, a small sailing ship, is on the cover of this book.
The Dutch fleet are sailing up the Thames.
The ships sailing from Florida were landing arms and combatants.
The ship is sailing towards Europe through the Suez Canal.
The ship deferred its sailing because of bad weather.
Life with him isn't all plain sailing, you know.
Once we have got the money, it will be plain sailing.
Four days after setting out , while the Titantic was sailing across the icy waters of the North Atlantic, a huge iceberg was suddenly spotted by a lookout.
启航四天后, 泰坦尼克号在穿过北大西洋多冰的海域时, 了望员突然发现了一个巨大的冰山.
A ship waters before sailing.
Our sailing boat was delayed by contrary winds.
The ship was sailing before the wind, ten knots an hour.
Study is like sailing against the current ; either you keep forging ahead or you keep falling behind.
The vessel is sailing from Hongkong to Shanghai.
The crews of the Card and its consorts had eaten Christmas dinner in Casablanca before sailing.
I had as much fun sailing the seas as I now do working with students.
2016年高考英语浙江卷（6月） 单项选择 原文收起真题例句
1. the work of a sailor
2. riding in a sailboat
3. the departure of a vessel from a port
4. the activity of flying a glider
1. traveling by boat or ship