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anchor

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈæŋkər/
BOAT a heavy, metal object that is dropped into water to stop a boat from moving
якорь
Parts of ships and boatsPorts and docks
JOB US someone who reads the news and announcements on a television or radio programme
ведущий теле- или радиопередачи
Occupations and trades
Translations of “anchor”
in Korean 닻…
in Arabic مِرْساة, ياطِر…
in French ancre, attache…
in Italian ancora…
in Chinese (Traditional) 船, 錨…
in Turkish çıpa, televizyon ve radyoda duyuruları yapan, haberleri sunan kişi…
in Polish kotwica, prezenter/ka…
in Spanish ancla…
in Portuguese âncora…
in German der Anker, der Rettungsanker…
in Catalan àncora…
in Japanese (船の)いかり, 停泊させる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 船, 锚…
(Definition of anchor noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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