Spanish Word for yacht  

English Word: yacht

Spanish Word: el yate
The Spanish Word for yacht
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Luis had slept before in the yacht.
Luis había dormido en el yate antes.
We'll come back as soon as the yacht arrives to the island.
Nosotros regresaremos en cuanto el yate llegue a la isla.
The tourists are bringing the luggage to the yacht.
Los turistas están trayendo el equipaje al yate.
He said he rented a yacht.
El dijo que rentó un yate.
We came to buy the yacht. We came to buy it.
Nosotros venimos a comprar el yate. Nosotros venimos a comprarlo .

I suppose I should have said ‘a luxury yacht’!
Supongo que debería haber dicho «un yate de lujo».
Remember the business with the yacht.
Recordemos el asunto del yate.
He is reported as: 'enjoying his summer holiday, sailing on a yacht'.
Se ha informado de que: «está disfrutando de sus vacaciones de verano, navegando en un yate».
Mr President, a few days ago, I was on holiday by the sea, sunbathing on a yacht.
Señor Presidente, hace unos días me encontraba de vacaciones en el mar, en un yate, para tomar el sol.
He merely finds it very strange that someone should receive an invitation to spend some days on a yacht.
Simplemente le parece muy raro que alguien reciba una invitación para pasar unos días en un yate.
If it is sailing - and I think it must be - then how do you reconcile that with the fact that we have a round-Britain yacht race?
Si lo es la vela -y creo que debe serlo-, ¿cómo se concilia con la existencia de una carrera de yates en torno a Gran Bretaña?
I must admit that I know of no one who would be brave enough to invite him aboard a yacht for a single day.
Debo admitir que no conozco a nadie suficientemente valiente para invitarle a él a bordo de un yate ni un solo día.
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