rowing boat
noun Date: 1820 chiefly British rowboat

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • rowing boat — rowing boats also rowing boat N COUNT A rowing boat is a small boat that you move through the water by using oars. [BRIT] (in AM, use rowboat) …   English dictionary

  • rowing boat — [ˈrəuıŋ bəut US ˈrouıŋ bout] n BrE a small boat that you move through the water with ↑oars (=long poles that are flat at the end) American Equivalent: row boat …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • rowing boat — is the normal term in BrE, and rowboat in AmE …   Modern English usage

  • rowing boat — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms rowing boat : singular rowing boat plural rowing boats British a small boat without an engine that you move using oars …   English dictionary

  • rowing-boat — see rowing boat …   English dictionary

  • rowing boat — boat that is propelled with oars …   English contemporary dictionary

  • rowing boat — noun Any boat propelled only by oars; especially one used for recreation or sport Syn: rowboat …   Wiktionary

  • rowing boat — (N. Amer. rowboat) noun a small boat propelled by use of oars …   English new terms dictionary

  • rowing boat — noun (C) BrE a small boat that you move through the water with oars (=long poles that are flat at the end); rowboat AmE …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • rowing boat — [ˈrəʊɪŋ ˌbəʊt] noun [C] British a small boat that you move by pulling on two poles with flat ends called oars …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • rowing boat — /ˈroʊɪŋ boʊt/ (say rohing boht) noun a boat propelled by oars …   Australian English dictionary

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