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berthnoun [C]

 us   /bɜrθ/
a ​bed in a ​boat or ​train, or a ​place for a ​ship or ​boat to ​stay in a ​port
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berthnoun [C]

uk   /bɜːθ/  us   /bɝːθ/
a ​bed in a ​boat, ​train, etc., or a ​place for a ​ship or ​boat to ​stay in a ​port: She ​booked a berth on the ​ferry from Palermo to Naples.

berthverb [I or T]

uk   /bɜːθ/  us   /bɝːθ/
If a ​ship or ​boat berths or if you berth it ​somewhere, it is ​tied up and ​stays in that ​place: The ​ship berthed at Sydney.
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