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Meaning of “porthole” - Learner’s Dictionary

porthole

noun [C]     /ˈpɔːthəʊl/
a small, round window in the side of a ship or aircraftParts of ships and boatsWindows and parts of windows
Translations of “porthole”
in Vietnamese ô cửa sổ…
in Spanish portilla…
in Thai ช่องบนกำแพงหรือประตูในเรือ…
in Malaysian tingkap magun…
in French hublot…
in German das Bullauge…
in Chinese (Traditional) (船或飛機的)舷窗…
in Indonesian jendela kapal…
in Russian иллюминатор…
in Turkish lomboz, uçak/gemi küçük pencere…
in Chinese (Simplified) (船或飞机的)舷窗…
in Polish bulaj, okienko…
(Definition of porthole from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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