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  • yotto


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • yacht (usually only used for a sailing boat with one mast)

Examples of ヨット in a Sentence

The yacht sailed round a buoy.
I started sailing last year.
Sailing a boat, his chief hobby, costs him most of his salary.
The bay has more yachts than sailboats.
I often go yachting on weekends.
The yacht sailed all over the world by using the force of the wind.
There are a few yachts on the calm sea.
The yacht is under smooth sail.
They usually use an anchor to hold a yacht in place.
He came across the Atlantic in a small sailboat.

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