Definition of 'speedboat'
Example sentences containing 'speedboat'
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Another highlight was the speedboat trip to the caves. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Three years ago he was almost killed in a speedboat accident. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The prize also includes return speedboat transfers and all meals. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The inconvenience was eased considerably by speedboat transfers and the offer of a free stay next time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Includes return road and speedboat transfers. The Sun (2016)The family had been on holiday in Dorset when they took the speedboat trip. The Sun (2012)In her gap year she was nearly killed in speedboat accident in Italy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That includes return flights from Gatwick and return speedboat transfers. The Sun (2015)The sale includes all furniture, a small speedboat and a car. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Guests can use a speedboat that comes with the booking to explore the coastline and there is also a daily maid service and food delivery. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For those seeking a different mode of transport, a fleet of new bicycles will be on board this year and speedboat rides available. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The price includes flights from Heathrow and speedboat transfers in the Maldives. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The incident occurred almost exactly two years after a father and his daughter were killed in another west country speedboat accident on the May Day weekend. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'speedboat'
British English: speedboat /ˈspiːdˌbəʊt/ NOUN
A speedboat is a boat that can go very fast because it has a powerful engine.
- American English: speedboat
- Arabic: زَوْرَقٌ بُخَارِيٌّ سَرِيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: lancha
- Chinese: 快艇
- Croatian: gliser
- Czech: rychlý motorový člun
- Danish: speedbåd
- Dutch: speedboot
- European Spanish: lancha motora
- Finnish: pikavene
- French: vedette bateau
- German: Schnellboot
- Greek: ταχύπλοο
- Italian: motoscafo
- Japanese: 快速モーターボート
- Korean: 고속 모터 보트
- Norwegian: hurtigbåt
- Polish: wyścigowa łódź motorowa
- European Portuguese: lancha
- Romanian: șalupă rapidă
- Russian: быстроходный катер
- Spanish: lancha rápida
- Swedish: racerbåt
- Thai: เรือเร็ว
- Turkish: sürat motoru
- Ukrainian: швидкий моторний човен
- Vietnamese: tàu siêu tốc
Definition of speedboat from the Collins English Dictionary
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