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port

noun uk   /pɔːt/ us    /pɔːrt/

port noun (TOWN)

B1 [C or U] a town by the sea or by a river that has a harbour, or the harbour itself: a naval/fishing/container port We had a good view of all the ships coming into/leaving port.
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port noun (CONNECTION)

[C] specialized computing a part of a computer where wires from other pieces of equipment, such as a printer, can be connected

port noun (LEFT)

[U] specialized sailing the left side of a ship or aircraft
Opposite

port noun (WINE)

[U] a strong sweet wine made in Portugal

port noun (BAG)

[C] Australian English a case or bag
Traducciones de “port”
en coreano 항구…
en árabe مَرْفأ, ميناء…
en francés port…
en turco liman, liman şehri, porto/Portekiz şarabı…
en italiano porto…
en chino (tradicionál) 城鎮, 港市, 港…
en ruso порт, портовый город, портвейн…
en polaco port, porto, lewa burta…
en español puerto, ciudad portuaria…
en portugués porto…
en alemán der Hafen, die Hafenstadt…
en catalán port…
en japonés 港, 港町…
en chino (simplificado) 城镇, 港市, 港…
(Definition of port from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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