English to Welsh Meaning :: schooner

Schooner :
sgwner
- sgwnersgwnersgwneri
 
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Noun(1) a large beer glass(2) sailing vessel used in former times

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(1) The popular annual corn-on-the-cob day was played last Thursday in 40 degree heat and I reckon everyone who finished should have received a free schooner .(2) Lighter vessels ranged upward from the cutter, a single-masted schooner with as little as one cannon on the open deck, or nothing but swivel guns mounted on her railings.(3) A large part of the very great strength of DeLillo's work is the fact that beneath the martini chill of the writing's surface there is the lather and fizz of a schooner of old-style New York beer.(4) He took a slurp from his schooner and dug his fork into a chunk of fish.(5) There was a schooner for both of us if I had missed!(6) Painted on it was a red demon holding a schooner of beer.(7) A lone sailboat, a single schooner , a solitary steamship might not have much impact in an eclectic gallery.(8) If you want to talk to me some more about this, then I'm happy to do it over a beer, for it is the Australian way to solve the problems of the world over a schooner in the pub.(9) It angled steeply downward, for the schooner 's deck was much lower than the edge of the wharf, but heavy cross battens promised plenty of traction for those who had to use it.(10) Within a few years he was commanding a schooner with success, and in 1782 he was commissioned as a Lieutenant in command of the brig Endeavour, before being promoted to Commander in 1800.(11) Next to the schooner is a brig used in foreign trade.(12) He received a fitting farewell in front of his home crowd before enjoying a celebratory schooner in the family pub in Sydney's inner-west.(13) As a side note, plans for a ship believed to be the schooner Enterprise were recently found in Venice.(14) Far from being an isolated port, one early nineteenth-century view of Monterey harbor shows a Russian brig, a Yankee schooner , and another ship at anchor.(15) The glimmering vessel was a great schooner , with multiple masts on top and impressive quarters inside.(16) I picked up the trophy with 28 points, and I certainly enjoyed the schooner !
Related Words
(1) prairie schooner ::
paith sgwner
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schooner, schooners
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