watercraft
noun Date: 1566 1. skill in aquatic activities (as managing boats) 2. a. ship, boat b. craft for water transport

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • watercraft — /ˈwɔtəkraft/ (say wawtuhkrahft) noun (plural watercraft) 1. skill in boating and water sports. 2. any boat or ship. 3. boats and ships collectively …   Australian English dictionary

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  • watercraft — 1) a general term for various types of boats 2) the study and knowledge of the environment and the fish that live in it …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • watercraft — /waw teuhr kraft , krahft , wot euhr /, n. 1. skill in boating and water sports. 2. any boat or ship. 3. boats and ships collectively. [1560 70; WATER + CRAFT] * * * …   Universalium

  • watercraft — noun a) Skill in boating, swimming, or other water related sports. b) Any self propelled motorized vessel that moves on or through the water …   Wiktionary

  • watercraft — Synonyms and related words: aircraft, argosy, bark, boat, bottom, bucket, carriage, carrier, conveyance, craft, hooker, hulk, hull, keel, leviathan, medium of transportation, packet, ship, tub, vehicle, vessel …   Moby Thesaurus

  • watercraft — n. collective term for vessels and boats; art of sailing, art of boating …   English contemporary dictionary

  • watercraft — noun (plural same) 1》 a boat or other vessel. 2》 skill in sailing and other activities which take place on water …   English new terms dictionary

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