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jetty

noun [C] uk   /ˈdʒet.i/  us   /ˈdʒet̬-/
a wooden or stone structure built in the water at the edge of a sea or lake and used by people getting on and off boats
Translations of “jetty”
in Arabic حاجِز الميناء, رَصيف الميناء…
in Korean 둑…
in Malaysian pangkalan, jeti…
in French embarcadère, débarcadère…
in Turkish iskele, rıhtım, dalgakıran…
in Italian gettata, banchina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 登岸碼頭,突堤,棧橋…
in Russian пристань…
in Polish pomost…
in Vietnamese cầu tàu…
in Spanish embarcadero…
in Portuguese cais, quebra-mar, molhe…
in Thai ท่าเทียบเรือ…
in German die Landungsbrücke…
in Catalan moll, embarcador…
in Japanese 桟橋…
in Indonesian dermaga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 登岸码头,突码头,栈桥…
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