Definition of 'canoe'
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Example sentences containing 'canoe'
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She then went for a paddle in a canoe with a pal. The Sun (2009)The only way in is by dugout canoe. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Or to modify into a canoe and row off into the mists. The Sun (2009)There was no electricity and he made a weekly canoe trip to the shops. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Rowing boats and dugout canoes were milling around the steamer. Travels with Rosinante (1990)The crew built two new dugout canoes. Christianity Today (2000)He unloaded his canvases and trunks into a native canoe and was rowed ashore. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Staff can arrange climbing and canoe trips. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can also cycle or canoe. The Sun (2009)You can hire canoes, kayaks and bikes to take on board. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Rope climbing, canoeing and mountain biking can be arranged. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There's no better way to explore than by open canoe. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pairs of fishermen paddled dug-out canoes along the lazy river. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Olympic disciplines are split into kayak and canoe racing. The Sun (2012)The boats have canoes on board, so families can explore rivers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)First, he paddles his canoe into a forest of reeds. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A dose of glamour and a canoe accident are also thrown in. Times, Sunday Times (2011)On the ground, police spoke to a man in goggles who said he had been in a canoe accident. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was declared dead in 2003 after an inquest was held 13 months after he had vanished in an apparent canoeing accident. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Trends of 'canoe'
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Translations for 'canoe'
British English: canoe /kəˈnuː/ NOUN
A canoe is a small narrow boat that you row using a paddle.
- American English: canoe
- Arabic: قَارِب
- Brazilian Portuguese: canoa
- Chinese: 独木舟
- Croatian: kanu
- Czech: kánoe
- Danish: kano
- Dutch: kano
- European Spanish: piragua
- Finnish: kanootti
- French: canoë
- German: Kanu
- Greek: κανό
- Italian: canoa
- Japanese: カヌー
- Korean: 카누
- Norwegian: kano
- Polish: kajak
- European Portuguese: canoa
- Romanian: canoe
- Russian: каноэ
- Spanish: canoa
- Swedish: kanot
- Thai: เรือแคนู
- Turkish: kano
- Ukrainian: каное
- Vietnamese: canô
Definition of canoe from the Collins English Dictionary
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