port

port
I po:t noun
1) ((usually without a or the) a harbour: The ship came into port; We reached port next morning.) puerto
2) (a town with a harbour: the port of Hull.) ciudad portuaria

II po:t noun
(the left side of a ship or aircraft: The helmsman steered the ship to port; (also adjective) the port wing.)

III po:t noun
(a strong, dark-red, sweet wine originally from Portugal.)
port n puerto
Se refiere a un puerto de mar o de río, no de montaña
port
tr[pɔːt]
noun
1 (harbour, town) puerto
adjective
1 portuario,-a
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to come into / put into port tomar puerto
fishing port puerto pesquero
port of call puerto de escala
port of registry puerto de matrícula
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port
tr[pɔːt]
noun
1 (left side) babor nombre masculino
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port
tr[pɔːt]
noun
1 (wine) vino de Oporto, oporto
port ['port] adj
: de babor
on the port side: a babor
port n
1) harbor: puerto m
2) orifice: orificio m (de una válvula, etc.)
3) : puerto m (de una computadora)
4) porthole: portilla f
5) or port side : babor m (de un barco)
6) : oporto m (vino)
port (Wine)
n.
oporto (Vino) s.m.
adj.
portuario, -a adj.
transporte adj.
n.
babor s.m.
porte s.m.
portilla s.f.
puerto s.m.
vino de oporto s.m.
v.
transportar v.

I pɔːrt, pɔːt
noun
1) c (for ships) puerto m

sea/inland port — puerto marítimo/fluvial

to enter port — llegar* a or arribar a or tomar puerto

to leave port — zarpar

port of call — puerto m de escala

our second port of call was the baker's — nuestra segunda parada fue en la panadería

any port in a storm — cuando hay hambre no hay pan duro, en tiempos de guerra cualquier hoyo es trinchera; (before n) <authority, tax, regulation> portuario

2) u (left side) babor m

to port — a babor

3) c
a) (for loading) (Aviat, Naut) porta f
b) (Comput) puerto m
4) u (Culin) oporto m, vino m de Oporto

II
adjective (before n) <lights> de babor

I [pɔːt]
1. N
1) (=harbour) puerto m

to come or put into port — tomar puerto

to leave port — hacerse a la mar, zarpar

port of call — puerto m de escala

his next port of call was the chemist's — (fig) luego fue a la farmacia

where is your next port of call? — (fig) ¿adónde va ahora?

port of entry — puerto m de entrada

2) (=city or town with a port) puerto m
2.
CPD portuario

port authority N — autoridad f portuaria

port dues NPL — derechos mpl de puerto

port facilities NPL — facilidades fpl portuarias


II [pɔːt] (Naut, Aer)
1.
N (also: port side) babor m

the sea to port — la mar a babor

land to port! — ¡tierra a babor!

2.
ADJ de babor

on the port side — a babor

3.
VT

to port the helm — poner el timón a babor, virar a babor


III
[pɔːt]
N
1) (Naut) (=porthole) portilla f
2) (Comput) puerta f , puerto m , port m
3) (Mech) lumbrera f
4) (Mil) †† tronera f

IV
[pɔːt]
N (=wine) oporto m
* * *

I [pɔːrt, pɔːt]
noun
1) c (for ships) puerto m

sea/inland port — puerto marítimo/fluvial

to enter port — llegar* a or arribar a or tomar puerto

to leave port — zarpar

port of call — puerto m de escala

our second port of call was the baker's — nuestra segunda parada fue en la panadería

any port in a storm — cuando hay hambre no hay pan duro, en tiempos de guerra cualquier hoyo es trinchera; (before n) <authority, tax, regulation> portuario

2) u (left side) babor m

to port — a babor

3) c
a) (for loading) (Aviat, Naut) porta f
b) (Comput) puerto m
4) u (Culin) oporto m, vino m de Oporto

II
adjective (before n) <lights> de babor

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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