Translation of boathook in Spanish:


bichero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbəʊthʊk//ˈboʊthʊk/


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    bichero masculine
    • A yachtsman, who had been seeking shelter, had used his boathook to keep her afloat.
    • A Bible, kept for the purpose, was handed from shore to ship at the end of a boathook for the declaration.
    • Shelton handed the boathook to Angus and point at the buoy.
    • If I throw out a boathook from the boat and catch hold of the shore and pull, do I pull the shore to me, or do I pull myself to the shore?
    • They were dragged across the ice with boathooks.