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A small boat used for fishing, sailing, or coasting and having two or three masts, each with a lugsail, and two or three jibs set on the bowsprit.
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(Nautical Terms) nautical a small working boat rigged with a lugsail
[C18: from lugsail]
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a small ship lug-rigged on two or three masts.
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|Noun||1.||lugger - small fishing boat rigged with one or more lugsails|
boat - a small vessel for travel on water
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lugger[ˈlʌgəʳ] N → lugre m
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n → Logger m
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