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wharf

noun /woːf/ ( plurals wharfs, wharves /woːvz/)
a platform alongside which ships are moored for loading and unloading.
muelle
Translations of “wharf”
in Korean 부두…
in Arabic رَصيف الميناء…
in French quai…
in Italian banchina, molo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 碼頭, 停泊處…
in Russian верфь, причал…
in Turkish iskele, rıhtım…
in Polish nabrzeże…
in Portuguese cais, píer…
in German der Kai…
in Catalan moll…
in Japanese 波止場…
in Chinese (Simplified) 码头, 停泊处…
(Definition of wharf from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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