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Translation of "pier" - English-Spanish dictionary

pier

noun   /pɪər/
a long structure that is built from the land out over water and that sometimes has restaurants, etc. on it estructura sobre pilares que se adentra en el mar por la que la gente puede pasear We went for a walk along the pier.
(Definition of pier from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pier

noun /piə/
a platform of stone, wood etc stretching from the shore into the sea, a lake etc, used as a landing-place for boats or as a place of entertainment muelle, embarcadero Brighton pier. The passengers stepped down onto the pier.
(Definition of pier from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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