Do you sail?


Do you sail?
Ikaw ba ay lumalayag?

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  • sail close to the wind — If you sail close to the wind, you take risks to do something, going close to the limit of what is allowed or acceptable …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • sail — [[t]se͟ɪl[/t]] ♦♦♦ sails, sailing, sailed 1) N COUNT Sails are large pieces of material attached to the mast of a ship. The wind blows against the sails and pushes the ship along. The white sails billow with the breezes they catch. 2) VERB You… …   English dictionary

  • sail — /seɪl / (say sayl) noun 1. an expanse of canvas or similar material spread to the wind to make a vessel move through the water. It is called a square sail when quadrilateral and extended by a yard, usually at right angles to the masts, and a fore …   Australian English dictionary

  • sail close to the wind —    If you sail close to the wind, you take risks to do something, going close to the limit of what is allowed or acceptable.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If you sail close to the wind, you do something dangerous or act just within the… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • sail through —    If you sail through something, for example a test or an exam, you succeed in doing it without difficulty.     The English test was no problem for Pedro. He sailed through it …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Sail close to the wind —   If you sail close to the wind, you take risks to do something, going close to the limit of what is allowed or acceptable …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • Sail Away — is the name of several works:* Sail Away (Great White album); also the title of the first single from this album * Sail Away (Randy Newman album) ** Sail Away (Randy Newman song), from that album * Sail Away (musical), by Noël Coward; also the… …   Wikipedia

  • sail under false colors — {v. phr.} 1. To sail a ship, often pirate, under the flag of another country. * /The pirate ship flew the American flag until it got near, then raised the black flag./ 1. To pretend to be what you are not; masquerade. * /The garage hired Jones as …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • sail under false colors — {v. phr.} 1. To sail a ship, often pirate, under the flag of another country. * /The pirate ship flew the American flag until it got near, then raised the black flag./ 1. To pretend to be what you are not; masquerade. * /The garage hired Jones as …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Sail to the Moon — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Sail to the Moon. (Brush The Cobwebs Out Of The Sky.) es un tema de la banda británica Radiohead y se corresponde con la tercera pista de su álbum, Hail to the Thief del 2003. Su título alternativo es Brush the… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sail South till the Butter Melts — is a piece of adventure non fiction by Geoff Stewart. The main theme relates to a solo Atlantic crossing in an open boat, however there is also biographical and human interest content. While the voyage took place in 1973 the book was published in …   Wikipedia