To dabble in water with hands or feet; to use a paddle, or something which serves as a paddle, in swimming, in paddling a boat, etc.
To propel with, or as with, a paddle or paddles.
An implement with a broad blade, which is used without a fixed fulcrum in propelling and steering canoes and boats.
any short, broad blade, resembling that of a paddle, such as that used in table tennis.
The table tennis paddle must be made primarily of wood. There are no restrictions as to size. A legal rubber sheet must be applied to any side used for striking the ball. One side must be black, the other cherry red. If there is a non-hitting side with no rubber sheet attached, it must have a paint sheet of the appropriate color.
A wooden tool with a flat blade used to propel a canoe, kayak or other small boat. Unlike an oar, it is not attached to the boat.
This tells a crew to row with just enough pressure to move the boat. The paddle command is also used to bring a crew down from full pressure at the end of a workout piece or race.
Implement used for propelling a kayak. A kayak paddle is two-sided with a blade at each end of the shaft.
The implement used for propelling a canoe. Canadian canoeists use a single bladed paddle. Kayakers use a double-bladed paddle that's held in the middle.
a blade of a paddle wheel or water wheel
a short light oar used without an oarlock to propel a canoe or small boat
propel with a paddle; "paddle your own canoe"
an implement for manually moving and guiding a small boat
The pushing motion after the start in which sliders use spiked gloves to dig into the ice surface to propel themselves forward.
A shaft with two flat blades used to propel a kayak through the water. Paddles can be made of wood, alumnium, or plastic.
remo—kayak, canoe, raft
Primary tool for propelling canoes/kayaks. See Blade, Shaft, Throat.
A paddle held in the hands, not attached to the boat, used to paddle. Can be single-bladed (for rafting and canoeing) or double-bladed (for kayaking, solo cats, inflatable kayaks)
A two-bladed impeller whose diameter is somewhat larger than the radius of the tank.
a light single-blade instrument used to propel the raft forward or backward.
The instrument used to propel a canoe through the water; it is not an "oar."
table tennis bat
A table tennis (Ping Pong) paddle. Used when playing some variations of beer pong. See Also: Beer Pong
A paddle is a tool used for pushing against liquids, either as a form of propulsion in a boat or as an implement for mixing.