on the port/starboard tack
sail on the port (starboard) tack
左 (右) 舷抢风行驶
To sail in the direction from which the wind blows.
To head(a boat)very close into the wind.
To work against the wind by a zigzag course;tack.
steal the scene/show (esp unexpectedly)
tack to port/starboard
We sailed on an easter tack.
The act of sailing closer into the wind.
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Haul onto the wind!" shouted the captain, as the ship tried to leave her course.
ready to tack on the captain's signal.
The vessel lay over heavily on the starboard tack.
"Haul onto the wind!" shouted the captain, as the ship tried to leave her course.
The Enterprise took in her topmast studding- sail, and hauled her wind.
Little Jeannie stole the show.
be stampeded into a wave of panic buying