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powerboat

[pou-er-boht] /ˈpaʊ ərˌboʊt/
noun
1.
a boat propelled by mechanical power.
2.
Origin
1905-1910
1905-10; power + boat
Related forms
powerboating, noun
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Examples from the web for powerboat
  • There may be strong currents and heavy powerboat traffic.
  • The shallower water, lack of rapids, and absence of large powerboat waves make it suitable for beginning canoeists.
  • Bring your family and friends for a visit by boat, and dock up at our powerboat landing.
  • While using the boat ramp be aware of powerboat traffic at all times.
British Dictionary definitions for powerboat

powerboat

/ˈpaʊəˌbəʊt/
noun
1.
a boat propelled by an inboard or outboard motor
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Encyclopedia Article for powerboat

motorboat

a relatively small watercraft propelled by an internal-combustion or electric engine. Motorboats range in size from miniature craft designed to carry one person to seagoing vessels of 100 feet (30 m) or more. Most motorboats, however, have space for six passengers or fewer. Motorboats are used recreationally for traveling on water (cruising) and for the enjoyment of such sports as fishing, duck hunting, swimming, skin diving, and water skiing. In sport they are used for racing and in piloting and navigation contests.

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