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Spanish translation of “dock”

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dock

noun /dok/
a deepened part of a harbour/harbor etc where ships go for loading, unloading, repair etc
muelle
The ship was in dock for three weeks.
the area surrounding this
muelle
He works down at the docks.
the box in a law court where the accused person sits or stands
banquillo (de los acusados)
They put him in the dock for shoplifting.
docker noun (British) a person who works in the docks.
estibador
dockyard noun a naval harbour/harbor with docks, stores etc.
astillero
Translations of “dock”
in Korean 선창…
in Arabic حَوْض السُّفُن, مَرْفَأ…
in French bassin, quais, banc des accusés…
in Italian dock, molo, banchina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 船用, 泊位, 船塢…
in Russian док…
in Turkish rıhtım, dok…
in Polish dok, nabrzeże…
in Portuguese cais do porto, doca, embarcadouro…
in German das Dock, der Hafen, die Anklagebank…
in Catalan moll…
in Japanese ドック…
in Chinese (Simplified) 船用, 泊位, 船坞…
(Definition of dock from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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