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Spanish translation of “anchor”

anchor

noun /ˈӕŋkə/
something, usually a heavy piece of metal with points which dig into the seabed, used to hold a boat in one position
ancla
a safe place to drop anchor.
something that holds someone or something steady.
ancla
anchorage /-ridʒ/ noun a place which is safe, or used, for anchoring boats
fondeadero
a sheltered anchorage.
at anchor (of a ship) anchored
anclado
The ship lay at anchor in the bay.
(Definition of anchor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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