Definition of Trimaran

1. Noun. A fast sailboat with 3 parallel hulls.

Generic synonyms: Sailboat, Sailing Boat



Definition of Trimaran

1. Noun. A type of boat with three parallel hulls. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trimaran

1. a sailing vessel [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trimaran

trilobitomorph
trilobitomorphs
trilocular
trilogarithm
trilogies
trilogy of fallot
trilostane
trim back
trim down
trim tab
trim up
trimaculated
trimalleolar fracture
trimaran (current term)
trimarans
trimastigote
trimaximal
trimaximally
trimba
trimbas
trimebutine
trimecaine
trimedoxime
trimellic
trimellic acid
trimembral
trimeperidine
trimeprazine

Literary usage of Trimaran

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1. Adventure Guide to the Bahamas by Blair Howard (2002)
"You can take a cruise or go on a beach party with Reef Tours (tr 242-375-5880); go sailing on Tri-wind, a 55-foot trimaran; take a glass-bottom boat trip on ..."

2. 3-D Deterministic Radiation Transport Computer Programs: Features by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (1997)
"Figure 3 shows a comparison of the corresponding one-group TDT result with the reference calculation from trimaran. The later result was converged to 100 ..."

3. From Behemoth to Microship by Steven K. Roberts (2000)
"First of all, the Microship is not really a kayak anymore—nor a trio of kayaks formed into a trimaran. I've been calling her a ..."

4. Much Bigger Than Grownups: Chronicles of a Native South Africanby Shelley Wood Gauld by Shelley Wood Gauld (2006)
"Jimmy and his wife, Kay, had built a 45ft Hedley Nichol trimaran in Australia for an American couple. Then, together with this couple, they'd sailed it ..."

5. The Network Revolution: Confessions of a Computer Scientist by Jacques Vallee (1982)
"His question came out calmly, like a trimaran sailing out of the marina on a Sunday afternoon. "Well, now, Eric, why don't you tell us how your system works ..."

6. The US Virgin Islands Alive! by Harriet Greenberg, Douglas Greenberg (2006)
"The Dragonfly, a 38-foot trimaran, sails twice a day for Channel Rock Reef, where its six passengers can snorkel or learn to sail. ..."

7. A Traveler's Guide to the Galapagos Islands by Barry Boyce (2004)
"COMMENTS: LANDFALL PRODUCTIONS, a Dive Tour Operator, is the "stateside booking office" for the owners of the LAMMAR LAW, the largest trimaran in the world. ..."

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