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port

noun [C or U] (TOWN)
城镇
 
 
/pɔːt/ US  /pɔːrt/
a town by the sea or by a river which has a harbour, or the harbour itself
港市;港
a naval/fishing/container port
军港/渔港/集装箱港
We had a good view of all the ships coming into/leaving port.
所有进/出港的轮船我们都看得很清楚。
Ports and docksTowns, cities and villages (general)
Translations of “port”
in Spanish puerto, ciudad portuaria…
in Arabic مَرْفأ, ميناء…
in Korean 항구…
in Portuguese porto…
in French port…
in German der Hafen, die Hafenstadt…
in Catalan port…
in Japanese 港, 港町…
in Russian порт, портовый город, портвейн…
in Chinese (Traditional) 城鎮, 港市, 港…
in Italian porto…
in Turkish liman, liman şehri, porto/Portekiz şarabı…
in Polish port, porto, lewa burta…
(Definition of port noun (TOWN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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