Flatboat



[flat-boht] /ˈflætˌboʊt/

noun
1.
a large, flat-bottomed for use in shallow water, especially on rivers.
/ˈflætˌbəʊt/
noun
1.
any boat with a flat bottom, usually for transporting goods on a canal or river
n.

1650s, from flat (adj.) + boat (n.).

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