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port

noun
 
 
/pɔːt/
SHIPS [C] B1 a town or an area of a town next to water where ships arrive and leave from
port
a fishing port the Belgian port of ZeebruggePorts and docksAreas in towns and cities
DRINK [U] a sweet, strong, red wine which is made in Portugal
porto
Wines and winemaking
LEFT [U] the left side of a ship or aircraft
lewa burta
the port sideBoats in general
Translations of “port”
in Korean 항구…
in Arabic مَرْفأ, ميناء…
in French port…
in Italian porto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 城鎮, 港市, 港…
in Russian порт, портовый город, портвейн…
in Turkish liman, liman şehri, porto/Portekiz şarabı…
in Spanish puerto, ciudad portuaria…
in Portuguese porto…
in German der Hafen, die Hafenstadt…
in Catalan port…
in Japanese 港, 港町…
in Chinese (Simplified) 城镇, 港市, 港…
(Definition of port from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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