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Translation of "quay" - English-Spanish dictionary

quay

noun   /kiː/
a structure built next to water where ships stop and things are taken on and off embarcadero
(Definition of quay from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

quay

noun /kiː, kei/
a solid, usually stone, landing place, where boats are loaded and unloaded muelle The boat is moored at the quay.
quayside noun
the side or edge of a quay muelle The boat was tied up at the quayside.
(Definition of quay from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “quay”
in Korean 부두…
in Arabic رَصيف الميناء…
in Malaysian bagan…
in French quai…
in Russian причал…
in Chinese (Traditional) 泊岸,碼頭…
in Italian banchina, molo…
in Turkish rıhtım, iskele…
in Polish nabrzeże…
in Vietnamese bến cảng…
in Portuguese cais…
in Thai ท่าเรือ…
in German der Kai…
in Catalan moll…
in Japanese 波止場, 埠(ふ)頭…
in Chinese (Simplified) 驳岸,码头…
in Indonesian dermaga…
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