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moor

verb /muə/
to fasten (a ship etc) by a rope, cable or anchor
amarrar
We moored (the yacht) in the bay.
mooring noun the act, or a means, of fastening a ship
amarras
The mooring broke.
moorings noun plural the place where a ship is anchored or fastened.
amarradero
Translations of “moor”
in Arabic يُرسي المَركِب…
in Korean 정박하다…
in Malaysian mengikat…
in French amarrer…
in Italian ormeggiare, attraccare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)停泊,繫泊,繫留…
in Vietnamese neo tàu…
in Portuguese atracar, amarrar…
in Thai ผูกเรือ…
in German vertäuen…
in Catalan amarrar…
in Japanese 船をつなぐ…
in Indonesian menambatkan perahu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (使)停泊,系泊,系留…
(Definition of moor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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