- noun1》 a waterway or channel used by or capable of accommodating ships.2》 a rough sea in which to sail.
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seaway — [sē′wā΄] n. 1. a way or route by sea; sea as a means of travel 2. a ship s headway 3. a moderate to rough sea 4. an inland waterway to the sea for ocean ships [St. Lawrence Seaway] … English World dictionary
Seaway 25 — The Seaway 25 was designed by Doug Peterson of USA fame for Tom Stevenson in 1978 after Tom won the World half Ton championship in one of Doug s designs. The yacht was designed to sail well on the short sharp chop of Port Phillip Bay Melbourne… … Wikipedia
seaway — UK [ˈsiːweɪ] / US [ˈsɪˌweɪ] noun [countable] Word forms seaway : singular seaway plural seaways 1) a river or canal that is wide enough and deep enough for ships from the sea to travel along 2) a path that ships follow across a sea … English dictionary
seaway — /see way /, n. 1. a way over the sea. 2. the open sea. 3. the progress of a ship through the waves. 4. a more or less rough sea: a hard vessel to steer in a seaway. 5. a canal, enlarged river, etc., giving access to a landlocked port by… … Universalium
seaway — noun Date: before 12th century 1. the sea as a route for travel; also an ocean traffic lane 2. a moderate or rough sea 3. a deep inland waterway that admits ocean shipping … New Collegiate Dictionary
Seaway — Voie maritime du Saint Laurent Pour les articles homonymes, voir Saint Laurent. L une des écluses de la Voie maritime Dans son acceptation la plus étendue, la Voie m … Wikipédia en Français
seaway — noun a) a lane or route at sea that is regularly used by ships; a sea lane or trade route b) an inland waterway used by seagoing shippi … Wiktionary
seaway — sea|way [ si,weı ] noun count 1. ) a river or CANAL that is wide enough and deep enough for ships from the ocean to travel along 2. ) a path that ships follow across an ocean … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
seaway — n. travel route across the sea; progress of a ship, distance a ship has traveled … English contemporary dictionary
seaway — noun (C) 1 a line of travel regularly used by ships on the sea 2 a river or canal (1) used by ships to go from the sea to places that are not on the coast … Longman dictionary of contemporary English