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port         
  • Palma]], [[Balearic Islands]]
  • Cargo port in [[Hilo]], [[Hawaii]]
  • Port of Duluth-Superior]], the largest [[freshwater]] port in the world
  • [[Port of Durban]] in [[Durban]], [[South Africa]] is [[Africa]]'s busiest port
  • [[Port of Hamburg]]
  • [[Port of Seattle]]
  • ''Seaport'', a 17th-century depiction by [[Claude Lorrain]], 1638
  • [[Port of Montreal]], [[Quebec]].
  • [[Port of Barcelona]], one of [[Spain]]'s largest ports
  • [[Port of Haifa]], [[Israel]]
  • [[Port of Hamina-Kotka]], a port of the two neighboring cities: [[Hamina]] and [[Kotka]].
  • [[Port of Kaohsiung]] is the largest port in [[Taiwan]].
  • The port of [[Piraeus]]
  • The Porticciolo del Cedas port in [[Barcola]] near [[Trieste]], a small local port
  • The port of [[Visakhapatnam]] in [[Andhra Pradesh]], India
  • world's busiest container port]]
MARITIME FACILITY WHERE SHIPS MAY DOCK TO LOAD AND DISCHARGE PASSENGERS AND CARGO
Seaport; Sea port; Seaports of Japan; Fishing port; Port city; Seaports; Ports; Sea ports; Warm water port; Deepwater pier; Sea-port; Fluvial port; Port town; Warm-water port; Ice-free port; Ice free port; Ice-free harbor; Ice free harbour; Ice-free harbour; Deep water port; Port of discharge; Deep-water port; Deepwater port; Shipping port; Fishing Port; Commercial port; Ferry port; Port of loading; Port of Loading; Great coastal cities; Bulk cargo port; Cargo port; Port of call (nautical term)
n.
1.
Harbor, haven, roadstead, anchorage.
2.
Entrance, passage-way, gate, door.
3.
Embrasure, port-hole.
4.
Larboard, left side.
5.
Demeanor, behavior, bearing, air, presence, mien, carriage, deportment, appearance.
6.
Port-wine.
port         
  • Palma]], [[Balearic Islands]]
  • Cargo port in [[Hilo]], [[Hawaii]]
  • Port of Duluth-Superior]], the largest [[freshwater]] port in the world
  • [[Port of Durban]] in [[Durban]], [[South Africa]] is [[Africa]]'s busiest port
  • [[Port of Hamburg]]
  • [[Port of Seattle]]
  • ''Seaport'', a 17th-century depiction by [[Claude Lorrain]], 1638
  • [[Port of Montreal]], [[Quebec]].
  • [[Port of Barcelona]], one of [[Spain]]'s largest ports
  • [[Port of Haifa]], [[Israel]]
  • [[Port of Hamina-Kotka]], a port of the two neighboring cities: [[Hamina]] and [[Kotka]].
  • [[Port of Kaohsiung]] is the largest port in [[Taiwan]].
  • The port of [[Piraeus]]
  • The Porticciolo del Cedas port in [[Barcola]] near [[Trieste]], a small local port
  • The port of [[Visakhapatnam]] in [[Andhra Pradesh]], India
  • world's busiest container port]]
MARITIME FACILITY WHERE SHIPS MAY DOCK TO LOAD AND DISCHARGE PASSENGERS AND CARGO
Seaport; Sea port; Seaports of Japan; Fishing port; Port city; Seaports; Ports; Sea ports; Warm water port; Deepwater pier; Sea-port; Fluvial port; Port town; Warm-water port; Ice-free port; Ice free port; Ice-free harbor; Ice free harbour; Ice-free harbour; Deep water port; Port of discharge; Deep-water port; Deepwater port; Shipping port; Fishing Port; Commercial port; Ferry port; Port of loading; Port of Loading; Great coastal cities; Bulk cargo port; Cargo port; Port of call (nautical term)
port1
¦ noun a town or city with a harbour or access to navigable water where ships load or unload.
?a harbour.
Phrases
port of call a place where a ship or person stops on a journey.
port of entry a harbour or airport where customs officers are stationed to oversee passengers and goods entering or leaving a country.
Origin
OE, from L. portus 'harbour'.
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port2
(also port wine)
¦ noun a sweet dark red (occasionally brown or white) fortified wine, originally from Portugal.
Origin
shortened form of Oporto, a port in Portugal from which the wine is shipped.
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port3
¦ noun the side of a ship or aircraft that is on the left when one is facing forward. The opposite of starboard.
¦ verb turn (a ship or its helm) to port.
Origin
C16: prob. orig. the side containing an entry port or facing the port (quayside) for loading.
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port4
¦ noun
1. an opening in the side of a ship for boarding or loading.
a porthole.
2. an opening for the passage of steam, liquid, or gas.
3. (also gun port) an opening in the body of an aircraft or in a wall or armoured vehicle through which a gun may be fired.
4. Electronics a socket in a computer network into which a device can be plugged.
5. chiefly Scottish a gate or gateway, especially into a walled city.
Origin
OE, from L. porta 'gate'.
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port5
¦ verb
1. Computing transfer (software) from one system or machine to another.
2. Military carry (a rifle or other weapon) diagonally across and close to the body with the barrel or blade near the left shoulder.
¦ noun
1. Military the position required by an order to port a weapon.
2. literary a person's carriage or bearing.
3. Computing an instance of porting software.
Origin
ME: from OFr. port 'bearing, gait', from porter, from L. portare 'carry'.
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port6
¦ noun Austral. informal a suitcase or travelling bag.
Origin
C19: abbrev. of portmanteau.
port         
  • Palma]], [[Balearic Islands]]
  • Cargo port in [[Hilo]], [[Hawaii]]
  • Port of Duluth-Superior]], the largest [[freshwater]] port in the world
  • [[Port of Durban]] in [[Durban]], [[South Africa]] is [[Africa]]'s busiest port
  • [[Port of Hamburg]]
  • [[Port of Seattle]]
  • ''Seaport'', a 17th-century depiction by [[Claude Lorrain]], 1638
  • [[Port of Montreal]], [[Quebec]].
  • [[Port of Barcelona]], one of [[Spain]]'s largest ports
  • [[Port of Haifa]], [[Israel]]
  • [[Port of Hamina-Kotka]], a port of the two neighboring cities: [[Hamina]] and [[Kotka]].
  • [[Port of Kaohsiung]] is the largest port in [[Taiwan]].
  • The port of [[Piraeus]]
  • The Porticciolo del Cedas port in [[Barcola]] near [[Trieste]], a small local port
  • The port of [[Visakhapatnam]] in [[Andhra Pradesh]], India
  • world's busiest container port]]
MARITIME FACILITY WHERE SHIPS MAY DOCK TO LOAD AND DISCHARGE PASSENGERS AND CARGO
Seaport; Sea port; Seaports of Japan; Fishing port; Port city; Seaports; Ports; Sea ports; Warm water port; Deepwater pier; Sea-port; Fluvial port; Port town; Warm-water port; Ice-free port; Ice free port; Ice-free harbor; Ice free harbour; Ice-free harbour; Deep water port; Port of discharge; Deep-water port; Deepwater port; Shipping port; Fishing Port; Commercial port; Ferry port; Port of loading; Port of Loading; Great coastal cities; Bulk cargo port; Cargo port; Port of call (nautical term)
Harbor having facilities for ships to moor, load, or unload.

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Port (disambiguation)

A port is a facility for receiving ships and transferring cargo.

Port or PORT may also refer to:

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2. port, a commercial shipping port, military.
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3. Port Huron.
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4. "The Port of Peril."
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5. a serial port mode.
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Voorbeelden uit tekstcorpus voor port
1. Port rotation will be as follows: Xingang/Qingdao/Shanghai/Ningbo/Keelung/Chiwan/Port Klang/Jeddah/Port Said/Constanza/Odessa/Istanbul/Port Said/Jeddah/Colombo/Port Klang/Chiwan/Xingang.
2. The exhibition is supported by Dubai Ports Authority, Saudi Port Authority, Ras Al Khaimah Port, Abu Dhabi Port Authority and Sharjah Port Authority.
3. The area is home to Sudan‘s main port, Port Sudan.
4. Port owners and managers are not responsible for port security.
5. The voyage will take place from the end of July to August 3, and starts from Rashid Port in Dubai to Doha Port in Qatar, and then to Zayed Port in Abu Dhabi, and will return to Rashid Port.