- [C]小而轻的舟，独木舟 a light boat moved by paddles
- vi. 划〔乘〕独木舟 (often go canoeing) to travel in a canoe
- vt. 用独木舟运送 carry sb/sth by canoe
- <俚>(无家可归者住的)纸板棚，卡纸板等搭建的栖身所 (=bash)
small and light boat; pointed at both ends; propelled with a paddle
travel by canoe;
"canoe along the canal"
We crossed the lake in a canoe.
If you stand up you'll overbalance the canoe.
The canoe was sucked down into the whirlpool.
They were canoeing in the lake.
You can always canoe back down the river to the campsite.
Munitions were canoed across the river.
The canoe was tossed about in the maelstrom.
If we live here, we will have to travel by canoe.
They slid the canoe down to the water.
They used to make canoes from cedar logs.
Native Americans used canoes to travel on rivers.
The boy is canoeing in the lake.
He canoed the old man across the river.
He canoed the load across the bay.
The catchers were canoed back to their camp for up the river.