port

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  • There is a small port and town outside of the castle.
  • The original Roman port could now well be under the sea.
  • It is well developed, with each of the major islands having at least one significant port city.
  • Because of this, the port and related companies form an important economic driver for the city.
  • Saint John is a historic city and popular port of call.
  • I was one of those who had got through the main-deck ports. Cited from Will Weatherhelm, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • Today it is a busy city with a port and a university.
  • It was originally developed as a port for the slave trade.
  • Also, many port officials, military and police officers live here.
  • The new capital had a sea port and was good for foreign trade and diplomatic activities.
  • The company had many ports of call, some of which have seen their names changed over time.
  • Sometimes a port visit would be arranged in the middle of the patrol.
  • It was mainly intended for the business market and so also included a printer port.
  • Also, the International Task Force often uses the port as a base.
  • The game has been ported to numerous systems since its release.
  • It remains an important port for international commerce as well as for domestic communications.
  • London is the main village and port facility.
  • The ports had been closed against him so he travelled in secret.
  • Many major cities are on or near good harbors and have port facilities.
  • The ship was forced to go back to port to be repaired.
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Meaning of port

  • noun A place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country
  • noun Sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from portugal
  • noun An opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through
  • verb Put or turn on the left side, of a ship
    port the helm
  • verb Bring to port
    the captain ported the ship at night
  • verb Land at or reach a port
    The ship finally ported
  • verb Turn or go to the port or left side, of a ship
    The big ship was slowly porting
  • verb Carry, bear, convey, or bring
    The small canoe could be ported easily
  • verb Carry or hold with both hands diagonally across the body, especially of weapons
    port a rifle
  • verb Drink port
    We were porting all in the club after dinner
  • verb Modify (software) for use on a different machine or platform