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port [ pɔ:t] n.港,港口

port [pɔ:t] n. 港口,码头,舱门,左舷

port [pɔ:t] 端口

港务局 port office; harbor authority

信息港 inforport; cyber port

自由港 free-trade port,free port

4 Port USB Hub 4端口USB集线器

信息港 info port

国际港口协会 International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH)

free port 自由港,免税港

port-scavenged engine

exhaust port

scavenging port area

valve port

spill port

fuel discharge port

water main inlet port

water outlet port

exhaust port liner

ported vacuum controlled EGR system

This port handles 100 million tons of goods each year.

Trains transport the coal to the port.

People jumped with joy at the sight of the ship coming to the port.

The Port of Shanghai is filled with vessels of various kinds.

We would also want you to cover insurance and the cost of transporting the goods to the port.

Delivery has to be put off due to the strike of the workers at the port.

PCS (Port Congestion Surcharge)港口拥挤附加费

For this steamer, Livepool is not a port of call.

We''d better have a brief talk about the loading port.

We are always willing to choose the big ports as the loading ports.

Shall we have a talk on the port of discharge this afternoon?

He exchanged views on the choice of the unloading port with Mr. Smith.

Sometimes, we have to make a transshipment because there is no suitable loading port in the producing country.

This L/C is valid for negotiation in China (or your port) until 15th, July 1977

避风港 port

舱门 port

埠 [bù] /a jetty/port/a city/quay/

不冻港 [bù dòng gǎng] /ice-free port/open port/

端 [duān] /end/extremity/item/port/to hold sth. level with both hands/to carry/regular/

端口 [duān kǒu] /interface/port/

港口 [gǎng kǒu] /port/harbor/

海港 [hǎi gǎng] /(n) ocean port; harbour/

交换端 [jiāo huàn duān] /switched port/

接口 [jiē kǒu] /interface/port/connector/

军港 [jūn gǎng] /naval port/naval base/

口岸 [kǒu àn] /(n) port on a sea or river/

路易港 [lù yì gǎng] /Port Louis (capital of Mauritius)/

每端口价格 [měi duān kǒu jià gé] /price per port/

莫尔兹比港 [mò ěr zī bǐ gǎng] /Port Moresby (capital of Papua New Guinea)/

埔 [pǔ] /port/

太子港 [tài zǐ gǎng] /Port-au-Prince (capital of Haiti)/

西班牙港 [xī bān yá gǎng] /Port-of-Spain (capital of Trinidad and Tobago)/

以太网络端口 [yǐ tài wǎng luò duān kǒu] /Ethernet port/

When the United States built its industrials infrastructure, it didn't have the capital to do so.
And that is why America's Second Wave infrastructure — including roads, harbors, highways, ports and so on — were built with foreign investment.
The English, the Germans, the Dutch and the French were investing in Britain's former colony.
They financed them. Immigrant Americans built them.
Guess who owns them now? The Americans.

{adj: Icelandic} of or relating to Iceland or its people or culture and language
"Icelandic ports"
"the Icelandic president is a woman"
"Icelandic sagas"

{adj: Kuwaiti} of or relating to the kingdom of Kuwait or its people
"Kuwaiti ports"

{adj: Omani} of or relating to Oman or its people
"Omani oil producers"
"Omani ports"

{adj: corked, corky} (of wine) tainted in flavor by a cork containing excess tannin
"a corked port"

{adj: deep-water} of or carried on in waters of great depth
"a deep-water port"

{adj: free} able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint
"free enterprise"
"a free port"
"a free country"
"I have an hour free"
"free will"
"free of racism"
"feel free to stay as long as you wish"
"a free choice"
<-> unfree

{adj: full-bodied, racy, rich, robust} marked by richness and fullness of flavor
"a rich ruby port"
"full-bodied wines"
"a robust claret"
"the robust flavor of fresh-brewed coffee"

{adj: mellow, mellowed} having a full and pleasing flavor through proper aging
"a mellow port"
"mellowed fruit"

{adj: port, larboard} located on the left side of a ship or aircraft

{adv: now} in the historical present; at this point in the narration of a series of past events
"President Kennedy now calls in the National Guard"
"Washington now decides to cross the Delaware"
"the ship is now listing to port"

{n: Aalborg, Alborg} a city and port in northern Jutland

{n: Abadan} a port city in southwestern Iran

{n: Acapulco, Acapulco de Juarez} a port and fashionable resort city on the Pacific coast of southern Mexico; known for beaches and water sports (including cliff diving)

{n: Accra, capital of Ghana} the capital and largest city of Ghana with a deep-water port

{n: Acre, Akko, Akka, Accho} a town and port in northwestern Israel in the eastern Mediterranean

{n: Aden} an important port of Yemen; located on the Gulf of Aden; its strategic location have made it a major trading center of southern Arabia since ancient times

{n: Al Aqabah, Aqaba, Akaba} Jordan's port; located in southwestern Jordan on the Gulf of Aqaba

{n: Alaskan pipeline, trans-Alaska pipeline} an oil pipeline that runs 800 miles from wells at Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdez

{n: Alexandria, El Iskandriyah} the chief port of Egypt; located on the western edge of the Nile delta on the Mediterranean Sea; founded by Alexander the Great; the capital of ancient Egypt

{n: Algiers, Algerian capital} an ancient port on the Mediterranean; the capital and largest city of Algeria

{n: Annaba} a port city of northeastern Algeria near the Tunisian border

{n: Antalya, Adalia} a port city in southwestern Turkey on the Gulf of Antalya

{n: Antofagasta} a port city on the Pacific in northern Chile

{n: Antwerpen, Antwerp, Anvers} a busy port and financial center in northern Belgium on the Scheldt river; it has long been a center for the diamond industry and the first stock exchange was opened there in 1460

{n: Arhus, Aarhus} port city of Denmark in eastern Jutland

{n: Asuncion, capital of Paraguay} the capital and chief port of Paraguay

{n: Auckland} the largest city and principal port of New Zealand

{n: Ayr} a port in southwestern Scotland

{n: Bahia Blanca} a port city in eastern Argentina southwest of Buenos Aires on an inlet of the Atlantic Ocean

{n: Baku, capital of Azerbaijan} a port city on the Caspian Sea that is the capital of Azerbaijan and an important center for oil production

{n: Bangkok, capital of Thailand, Krung Thep} the capital and largest city and chief port of Thailand; a leading city in southeastern Asia; noted for Buddhist architecture

{n: Banjul, capital of Gambia} a port city and capital of Gambia

{n: Barcelona} a city in northeastern Spain on the Mediterranean; 2nd largest Spanish city and the largest port and commercial center; has been a center for radical political beliefs

{n: Barranquilla} a port city of northern Colombia near the Caribbean on the Magdalena River

{n: Basra, Basia} the second largest city in Iraq; an oil port in southern Iraq

{n: Beira} a port city in eastern Mozambique on the Mozambique Channel

{n: Belem, Para, Feliz Lusitania, Santa Maria de Belem, St. Mary of Bethlehem} port city in northern Brazil in the Amazon delta; main port and commercial center for the Amazon River basin

{n: Benghazi} port in northern Libya on the Gulf of Sidra; formerly a joint capital of Libya with Tripoli

{n: Bergen} a port city in southwestern Norway

{n: Bordeaux} a port city in southwestern France; a major center of the wine trade

{n: Bremen} a city of northwestern Germany linked by the Weser River to the port of Bremerhaven and the North Sea; in the Middle Ages it was a leading member of the Hanseatic League

{n: Bremerhaven} a port city in northwestern Germany at the mouth of the Weser River on the North Sea; has a deep natural harbor and is an important shipping center

{n: Brest} a port city in northwestern France (in Brittany); the chief naval station of France

{n: Bridgeport} a port in southwestern Connecticut on Long Island Sound

{n: Bridgetown, capital of Barbados} capital of Barbados; a port city on the southwestern coast of Barbados

{n: Brindisi} a port city in southeastern Apulia in Italy; a center for the Crusades in the Middle Ages

{n: Bristol} an industrial city and port in southwestern England near the mouth of the River Avon

{n: Brunswick} a town in southeast Georgia near the Atlantic coast; a port of entry

{n: Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina} capital and largest city of Argentina; located in eastern Argentina near Uruguay; Argentina's chief port and industrial and cultural center

{n: Byblos} an ancient Mediterranean seaport that was a thriving city state in Phoenicia during the second millennium BC; was the chief port for the export of papyrus; located in Lebanon north of Beirut; now partially excavated

{n: Bydgoszcz, Bromberg} an industrial city and river port in northern Poland

{n: Cadiz} an ancient port city in southwestern Spain

{n: Cairo, Al Qahira, El Qahira, Egyptian capital, capital of Egypt} the capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa; a major port just south of the Nile delta; formerly the home of the Pharaohs

{n: Calais} a town in northern France on the Strait of Dover that serves as a ferry port to England; in 1347 it was captured by the English king Edward III after a long siege and remained in English hands until it was recaptured by the French king Henry II in 1558

{n: Cannes} a port and resort city on the French Riviera; site of an annual film festival

{n: Cape Town} port city in southwestern South Africa; the seat of the legislative branch of the government of South Africa

{n: Cartagena} a port city in northwestern Colombia on the Caribbean

{n: Cartagena} a port in southeastern Spain on the Mediterranean

{n: Casablanca} a port on the Atlantic and the largest city of Morocco

{n: Castries} a port on the island of Saint Lucia; capital and largest city of Saint Lucia

{n: Charleston} a port city in southeastern South Carolina

{n: Cherbourg} a port town in northwestern France on the English Channel; site of a naval base

{n: Chicago, Windy City} largest city in Illinois; a bustling Great Lakes port that extends 26 miles along the southwestern shoreline of Lake Michigan

{n: Chino-Japanese War, Sino-Japanese War} a war between China and Japan (1894 and 1895) over the control of the Korean Peninsula; China was overwhelmingly defeated at Port Arthur

{n: Chittagong} a port city and industrial center in southeastern Bangladesh on the Bay of Bengal

{n: Churchill} a Canadian town in northern Manitoba on Hudson Bay; important port for shipping grain

{n: Cleveland} the largest city in Ohio; located in northeastern Ohio on Lake Erie; a major Great Lakes port

{n: Cologne, Koln} a commercial center and river port in western Germany on the Rhine River; flourished during the 15th century as a member of the Hanseatic League

{n: Colon, Aspinwall} a port city at the Caribbean entrance to the Panama Canal

{n: Conakry, Konakri, capital of Guinea} a port and the capital of Guinea

{n: Corinth, Korinthos} the modern Greek port near the site of the ancient city that was second only to Athens

{n: Cork} a port city in southern Ireland

{n: Cotonou} chief port of Benin on the Bight of Benin

{n: Cuidad Bolivar} a port in eastern Venezuela on the Orinoco river

{n: Cumana} a port city in northeastern Venezuela on the Caribbean Sea; founded in 1523, it is the oldest European settlement in South America

{n: Dakar, capital of Senegal} the capital and chief port and largest city of Senegal

{n: Dar es Salaam, capital of Tanzania} the capital and largest port city of Tanzania on the Indian Ocean

{n: Detroit, Motor City, Motown} the largest city in Michigan and a major Great Lakes port; center of the United States automobile industry; located in southeastern Michigan on the Detroit river across from Windsor

{n: Djibouti, capital of Djibouti} port city on the Gulf of Aden; the capital and largest city of Djibouti

{n: Dneprodzerzhinsk} port city and industrial center in east central Ukraine on the Dnieper River

{n: Doha, Bida, El Beda, capital of Qatar} the capital and chief port of Qatar

{n: Dubai} port city in the United Arab Emirates on the Persian Gulf

{n: Dublin, Irish capital, capital of Ireland} capital and largest city and major port of the Irish Free State

{n: Dubrovnik, Ragusa} a port city in southwestern Croatia on the Adriatic; a popular tourist center

{n: Durban} a port city in eastern South Africa on the Indian Ocean; resort and industrial center

{n: Durres, Durazzo} port city in western Albania on the Adriatic

{n: Erie} a port city on Lake Erie in northwestern Pennsylvania

{n: Freetown, capital of Sierra Leone} port city and the capital and largest city of Sierra Leone

{n: Galway} a port city in western Ireland on Galway Bay

{n: Gdansk, Danzig} a port city of northern Poland near the mouth of the Vistula River on a gulf of the Baltic Sea; a member of the Hanseatic League in the 14th century

{n: Gent, Gand, Ghent} port city in northwestern Belgium and industrial center; famous for cloth industry

{n: Georgetown, Stabroek} port city and the capital and largest city of Guyana
"the city was called Stabroek by the Dutch but was renamed Georgetown by the British in 1812"

{n: Glasgow} largest city in Scotland; a port on the Clyde in west central Scotland; one of the great shipbuilding centers of the world

{n: Goteborg, Goeteborg, Gothenburg} a port in southwestern Sweden; second largest city in Sweden

{n: Guangzhou, Kuangchou, Kwangchow, Canton} a city on the Zhu Jiang delta in southern China; the capital of Guangdong province and a major deep-water port

{n: Haiphong} a port city in northern Vietnam; industrial center

{n: Hamburg} a port city in northern Germany on the Elbe River that was founded by Charlemagne in the 9th century and is today the largest port in Germany; in 1241 it formed an alliance with Lubeck that became the basis for the Hanseatic League

{n: Hamilton} a port city in southeastern Ontario at the western end of Lake Ontario

{n: Hannover, Hanover} a port city in northwestern Germany; formerly a member of the Hanseatic League

{n: Hefa, Haifa} a major port in northwestern Israel

{n: Helsinki, Helsingfors, capital of Finland, Finnish capital} the capital and largest city of Finland; located in southern Finland; a major port and commercial and cultural center

{n: Hiroshima} a port city on the southwestern coast of Honshu in Japan; on August 6, 1945 Hiroshima was almost completely destroyed by the first atomic bomb dropped on a populated area

{n: Hobart} a port and state capital of Tasmania

{n: Hodeida, Al-Hudaydah} an important port in Yemen on the Red Sea

{n: Hull, Kingston-upon Hull} a large fishing port in northeastern England

{n: Inchon, Incheon, Chemulpo} a port city in western South Korea on the Yellow Sea

{n: Inland Sea} an arm of the Pacific Ocean in southern Japan; surrounded by the islands of Honshu and Shikoku and Kyushu and linked to the Sea of Japan by a narrow channel; the chief port is Hiroshima

{n: Izmir, Smyrna} a port city in western Turkey

{n: Jacksonville} Florida's largest city; a port and important commercial center in northeastern Florida

{n: Jaffa, Joppa, Yafo} a port in western Israel on the Mediterranean; incorporated into Tel Aviv in 1950

{n: Jeddah, Jed'dah, Jiddah, Jidda} port city in western Saudi Arabia on the Red Sea; near Mecca

{n: Kisumu} a port city in western Kenya on the northeastern shore of Lake Victoria; fishing and trading center

{n: Kobe} a port city in Japan on Osaka Bay in southern Honshu; was damaged by an earthquake in 1995

{n: La Spezia} a port city in Liguria on an arm of the Ligurian Sea; a major seaport and year-round resort

{n: Lagos} chief port and economic center of Nigeria; located in southwestern Nigeria on the Gulf of Guinea; former capital of Nigeria

{n: Le Havre} a port city in northern France on the English Channel at the mouth of the Seine

{n: Limerick} port city in southwestern Ireland

{n: Lisbon, Lisboa, capital of Portugal} capital and largest city and economic and cultural center of Portugal; a major port in western Portugal on Tagus River where it broadens and empties into the Atlantic

{n: Liverpool} a large city in northwestern England; its port is the country's major outlet for industrial exports

{n: Luanda, Angolan capital} port city on Atlantic coast; the capital and largest city of Angola

{n: Lubeck} a city in northwestern Germany and an important Baltic port; a leading member of the Hanseatic League

{n: Lushun, Port Arthur} a major port city in northeastern China; part of the conurbation of Luda

{n: Malaga} a port city and resort in Andalusia in southern Spain on the Mediterranean

{n: Malmo} a port in southern Sweden

{n: Maracaibo} a port city in northwestern Venezuela; a major oil center

{n: Mariehamn, Maarianhamina} a town that is the chief port of the Aland islands

{n: Marseille, Marseilles} a port city in southeastern France on the Mediterranean

{n: Massawa} a port town in Eritrea on an inlet of the Red Sea

{n: Mazatlan} a port city in western Mexico on the Pacific Ocean; tourist center

{n: Messina} a port city in northeastern Sicily on the Strait of Messina

{n: Mobile} a port in southwestern Alabama on Mobile Bay

{n: Mogadishu, Mogadiscio, capital of Somalia} the capital and largest city of Somalia; a port on the Indian Ocean

{n: Mombasa} a port city in southern Kenya on a coral island in a bay of the Indian Ocean

{n: Monrovia, Liberian capital, capital of Liberia} the capital and chief port and largest city of Liberia

{n: Montego Bay} port and resort city in northwestern Jamaica

{n: Montevideo, capital of Uruguay} the capital and largest city of Uruguay; a cosmopolitan city and one of the busiest ports in South America

{n: Moulmein, Mawlamyine} a port city of southern Myanmar on the Gulf of Martaban

{n: Mukalla, Al-Mukalla} a port in southern Yemen on the Gulf of Aden east of Aden

{n: Murmansk} a port city in northwestern Russia on the Kola Peninsula; the largest city north of the Arctic Circle; an important supply line to Russia in World War I and World War II

{n: Muscat, Masqat, capital of Oman} a port on the Gulf of Oman and capital of the sultanate of Oman

{n: Nagasaki} a city in southern Japan on Kyushu; a leading port and shipbuilding center; on August 9, 1945 Nagasaki became the second populated area to receive an atomic bomb

{n: Nantes} a port city in western France on the Loire estuary

{n: Naples, Napoli} a port and tourist center in southwestern Italy; capital of the Campania region

{n: Natal} a port city in northeastern Brazil

{n: New Orleans} a port and largest city in Louisiana; located in southeastern Louisiana near the mouth of the Mississippi river; a major center for offshore drilling for oil in the Gulf of Mexico; jazz originated here among black musicians in the late 19th century; Mardi Gras is celebrated here each year

{n: Newcastle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne} a port city in northeastern England on the River Tyne; a center for coal exports (giving rise to the expression `carry coals to Newcastle' meaning to do something unnecessary)

{n: Newport News} a port city in southeastern Virginia at the mouth of the James River off Hampton Roads; large shipyards

{n: Newport} a port city in southeastern Wales

{n: Norfolk} port city located in southeastern Virginia on the Elizabeth River at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay; headquarters of the Atlantic fleet of the United States Navy

{n: Odessa, Odesa} a port city of south central Ukraine on an arm of the Black Sea

{n: Oran} a port city in northwestern Algeria and the country's 2nd largest city

{n: Oregon cedar, Port Orford cedar, Lawson's cypress, Lawson's cedar, Chamaecyparis lawsoniana} large timber tree of western North America with trunk diameter to 12 feet and height to 200 feet

{n: Osaka} port city on southern Honshu on Osaka Bay; a commercial and industrial center of Japan

{n: Oslo, Christiania, capital of Norway} the capital and largest city of Norway; the country's main port; located at the head of a fjord on Norway's southern coast

{n: Pago Pago, Pango Pango} a port in American Samoa

{n: Palermo} the capital of Sicily; located in northwestern Sicily; an important port for 3000 years

{n: Paramaribo, capital of Suriname} the capital and largest city and major port of Surinam

{n: Patras, Patrai} a port city in western Greece in the northwestern Peloponnese on an inlet of the Ionian Sea; was a major trade center from the 5th century BC to the 3rd century BC; commercial importance revived during the Middle Ages

{n: Port Arthur} a battle in the Chino-Japanese War (1894); Japanese captured the port and fortifications from the Chinese

{n: Port Jackson fig, rusty rig, little-leaf fig, Botany Bay fig, Ficus rubiginosa} Australian tree resembling the banyan often planted for ornament; introduced into South Africa for brushwood

{n: Port Jackson heath, Epacris purpurascens} small shrub of southern and western Australia having pinkish to rosy purple tubular flowers

{n: Port Jackson pine, Callitris cupressiformis} Australian cypress pine having globular cones

{n: Port Louis} capital and chief port of Mauritius; located on the northwestern coast of the island

{n: Port Moresby, capital of Papua New Guinea} the administrative capital and largest city of Papua New Guinea

{n: Port Orford cedar} the wood of the Port Orford cedar tree

{n: Port Sudan} port city in Sudan on the Red Sea

{n: Port Vila, Vila, capital of Vanuatu} capital of Vanuatu

{n: Port of Spain, Port-of-Spain, capital of Trinidad and Tobago} the capital and largest city of Trinidad and Tobago on the west coast of the island of Trinidad

{n: Port-au-Prince, Haitian capital} the capital and largest city of Haiti

{n: Portland} freshwater port and largest city in Oregon; located in northwestern Oregon on the Willamette River which divides the city into east and west sections; renowned for its beautiful natural setting among the mountains

{n: Porto, Oporto} port city in northwest Portugal; noted for port wine

{n: Portsmouth, Pompey} a port city in southern England on the English Channel; Britain's major naval base

{n: Portsmouth} a port city in southeastern Virginia on the Elizabeth River opposite Norfolk; naval base; shipyards

{n: Portsmouth} a port town in southeastern New Hampshire on the Atlantic Ocean

{n: Pusan} a city in southeastern South Korea on the Korean Strait; the chief port and second largest city

{n: Recife, Pernambuco} a port city of northeastern Brazil on the Atlantic

{n: Reykjavik, capital of Iceland} the capital and chief port of Iceland on the southwestern coast of Iceland; buildings are heated by natural hot water

{n: Riga, capital of Latvia} a port city on the Gulf of Riga that is the capital and largest city of Latvia; formerly a member of the Hanseatic League

{n: Rio de Janeiro, Rio} the former capital and 2nd largest city of Brazil; chief Brazilian port; famous as a tourist attraction

{n: Saint John's, St. John's} a port and provincial capital of Newfoundland

{n: Saint John, St. John} a port in eastern Canada; the largest city in New Brunswick

{n: Saint Louis, St. Louis, Gateway to the West} the largest city in Missouri; a busy river port on the Mississippi River near its confluence with the Missouri River; was an important staging area for wagon trains westward in the 19th century

{n: Salerno} a battle in World War II; the port was captured by United States troops in September 1943

{n: San Francisco} a port in western California near the Golden Gate that is one of the major industrial and transportation centers; it has one of the world's finest harbors; site of the Golden Gate Bridge

{n: Santiago de Cuba, Santiago} port city in southeastern Cuba; industrial center

{n: Santos} a port city in southwestern Brazil on an offshore island near Sao Paulo

{n: Savannah} a port in eastern Georgia near the mouth of the Savannah river

{n: Seattle} a major port of entry and the largest city in Washington; located in west central Washington on the protected waters of Puget Sound with the snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Range and Mount Ranier visible to the south and east; an aerospace and computer center; site of the University of Washington

{n: Semarang, Samarang} a port city is southern Indonesia; located in northern Java

{n: Setubal} a port city on the Atlantic coast of Portugal southeast of Lisbon

{n: Sevilla, Seville} a city in southwestern Spain; a major port and cultural center; the capital of bullfighting in Spain

{n: Shanghai} the largest city of China; located in the east on the Pacific; one of the largest ports in the world

{n: Singapore, capital of Singapore} the capital of Singapore; one of the world's biggest ports

{n: Sousse, Susa, Susah} a port city in eastern Tunisia on the Mediterranean

{n: Stavanger} a port city in southwestern Norway; center for shipbuilding industry

{n: Strasbourg, Strassburg} city on the Rhine in eastern France near the German border; an inland port

{n: Sunderland} a port and industrial city in northwestern England

{n: Sur, Tyre} a port in southern Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea; formerly a major Phoenician seaport famous for silks

{n: Swansea} a port city in southern Wales on an inlet of the Bristol Channel

{n: Sydney} the largest Australian city located in southeastern Australia on the Tasman Sea; state capital of New South Wales; Australia's chief port

{n: Tallinn, Tallin, capital of Estonia} a port city on the Gulf of Finland that is the capital and largest city of Estonia

{n: Tampico} a port city in eastern Mexico

{n: Tanga} a port city in northeastern Tanzania on the Indian Ocean

{n: Tarabulus, Tripoli, Tarabulus Ash-Sham, Trablous} a port city and commercial center in northwestern Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea

{n: Thessaloniki, Salonika, Salonica, Thessalonica} a port city in northeastern Greece on an inlet of the Aegean Sea; second largest city of Greece

{n: Thunder Bay} a port city in Ontario on Lake Superior

{n: Toulon} a port city and naval base in southeastern France on the Mediterranean coast

{n: Tripoli, Tarabulus Al-Gharb, capital of Libya} the capital and chief port and largest city of Libya; in northwestern Libya on the Mediterranean Sea; founded by the Phoenicians in the 7th century BC

{n: Trondheim, Nidaros} a port in central Norway on Trondheim Fjord

{n: Tunis, capital of Tunisia} the capital and principal port of Tunisia

{n: Valdez} a port on Alaska's southern coast from which oil is shipped to markets around the world

{n: Valparaiso} the chief port and second largest city of Chile; located on a wide harbor in central Chile

{n: Vancouver} a port city in southwestern British Columbia on an arm of the Pacific Ocean opposite Vancouver Island; Canada's chief Pacific port and third largest city

{n: Varna} a port city in northeastern Bulgaria on the Black Sea

{n: Venice, Venezia} the provincial capital of Veneto; built on 118 islands within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venice; has canals instead of streets; one of Italy's major ports and a famous tourist attraction

{n: Veracruz} a major Mexican port on the Gulf of Mexico in the state of Veracruz

{n: Victoria, capital of Seychelles} port city and the capital of Seychelles

{n: Waterford} a port city in southern Ireland; famous for glass industry

{n: Yokohama} port city on southeastern Honshu in central Japan

{n: auxiliary boiler, donkey boiler} (nautical) an extra boiler (as a ship's boiler that is used while the ship is in port)

{n: bill of health} a certificate saying that a departing ship's company is healthy (to be presented at the next port of arrival)

{n: bishop} port wine mulled with oranges and cloves

{n: boat train} a train taking passengers to or from a port

{n: carport, car port} garage for one or two cars consisting of a flat roof supported on poles

{n: conservancy} a commission with jurisdiction over fisheries and navigation in a port or river

{n: entrepot, transshipment center} a port where merchandise can be imported and then exported without paying import duties
"Bahrain has been an entrepot of trade between Arabia and India since the second millennium BC"

{n: free port, free zone} an area adjoining a port where goods that are intended for reshipment can be received and stored without payment of duties

{n: free port} a port open on equal terms to all commercial vessels

{n: home port} the port from which a ship originates of where it is registered

{n: interface, port} (computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)

{n: larboard, port} the left side of a ship or aircraft to someone facing the bow or nose
<-> starboard

{n: navigation light} light on an airplane that indicates the plane's position and orientation; red light on the left (port) wing tip and green light on the right (starboard) wing tip

{n: outport} a subsidiary port built in deeper water than the original port (but usually farther from the center of trade)

{n: parallel interface, parallel port} an interface between a computer and a printer where the computer sends multiple bits of information to the printer simultaneously

{n: port of call} any port where a ship stops except its home port

{n: port of entry, point of entry} a port in the United States where customs officials are stationed to oversee the entry and exit of people and merchandise

{n: port, embrasure, porthole} an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through

{n: port, port wine} sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal

{n: port-access coronary bypass surgery} heart surgery in which a coronary bypass is performed by the use of small instruments and tiny cameras threaded through small incisions while the heart is stopped and blood is pumped through a heart-lung machine

{n: port-wine stain, nevus flammeus} a flat birthmark varying from pink to purple

{n: portwatcher, port watcher} a watchman on a wharf

{n: port} a place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country

{n: sailing} the departure of a vessel from a port

{n: seaport, haven, harbor, harbour} a sheltered port where ships can take on or discharge cargo

{n: serial port} an interface (commonly used for modems and mice and some printers) that transmits data a bit at a time

{n: sidelight, running light} light carried by a boat that indicates the boat's direction; vessels at night carry a red light on the port bow and a green light on the starboard bow

{n: slide valve} valve that opens and closes a passageway by sliding over a port

{n: small computer system interface, SCSI} interface consisting of a standard port between a computer and its peripherals that is used in some computers

{n: stevedore, loader, longshoreman, docker, dockhand, dock worker, dockworker, dock-walloper, lumper} a laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port

{n: treaty port} a port in China or Korea or Japan that once was open to foreign trade on the basis of a trading treaty

{v: beach} land on a beach
"the ship beached near the port"

{v: port} bring to port
"the captain ported the ship at night"

{v: port} carry or hold with both hands diagonally across the body, especially of weapons
"port a rifle"

{v: port} carry, bear, convey, or bring
"The small canoe could be ported easily"

{v: port} drink port
"We were porting all in the club after dinner"

{v: port} land at or reach a port
"The ship finally ported"

{v: port} put or turn on the left side, of a ship
"port the helm"

{v: port} transfer data from one computer to another via a cable that links connecting ports

{v: port} turn or go to the port or left side, of a ship
"The big ship was slowly porting"

Children may recall more information with adequate support, but the type of sup-port and questioning is critical.

Controversy surrounding the operation of Panama Canal ports by a Hong Kong company has been dismissed as not an issue.

The Hong Kong port operator Hutchison Whampoa is focused on the business side of a significant 25-year lease.
香港的港口经营公司哈奇森.惠姆波公司最引人注目的是它在长达 25年的租赁期里生意会做得怎样。

The Hong Kong conglomerate Hutchison Whampoa has a 25-year lease to operate ports at Balboa, at the Pacific end of the canal, and at Cristobal at the Atlantic end of the Panama Canal.
香港联合大企业哈奇森·惠姆波公司租用港口 25年,经营巴拿马运河在太平洋一端的巴尔博亚港和在大西洋一端的克里斯托瓦尔港。

They quoted a Pentagon intelligence report which discussed the possibility of illegal shipments of technology or prohibited items from the West to China through the Hutchison Whampoa-operated ports.

However, asked about the report, the State Department reaffirmed its view that the Hong Kong company's operation of the port facilities " does not pose a threat to U.S. national security ".
然而,当问及这份情报时,美国国务院重申自己的观点说,香港公司对港口设施的经营管理 "并不会对美国国家安全构成威胁 "。

The Hong Kong company operation in Panama involves loading and unloading cargo from its port facilities.

Other charges that China could cut off traffic through the Panama Canal because a Hong Kong-based group controls ports at either end of the waterway originated with a rival firm, said a top official from the group, Hutchison Whampoa Ltd.

There has been no criticism of the other two large port businesses on the Atlantic side of the Panama canal--the largest. Manzanillo, is controlled by Stevedoring Services of America, a Seattle firm, while the other is run by a Taiwanese firm.

Hutchison Whampoa will have the right to extend operation of the Cristobal and Balboa ports for another 25 years after the initial lease expires.
哈奇森·惠姆波公司将有权在第一次租赁期满后把对克里斯托瓦尔和巴尔博亚港的经营管理权延长 25年。

The two ports add to an impressive list of port o perations which the Hong Kong-based company has. Hutchison Whampoa inns Hong Kong International Terminals and the River Trade Terminal Company which serves the water borne trade between the Pearl River Delta and Hong Kong.

Its Shanghai Container Terminals are among the most modem port facilities in China, while Yantian International Container Terminals is one of the largest deep water container terminals in southern China.

Construction of the Shantou and Xiamen port facilities added to the total of six operating joint venture ports run by Hutchison Delta Ports.

As one of the world's largest and best-known operators of ports, Hutchison Whampoa also runs the English ports of Felixstowe, England's leading container facility, and Thamesport on the Isle of Grain in the Thames River estuary, as well as operations in the Caribbean.

With 80,000 employees worldwide, Hutchison operates five core businesses in 25 countries: ports and related services; telecommunications; property development and holdings; retail, manufacturing and other services; and energy and infrastructure.
哈奇森公司在世界各地有八万雇员,在 25个国家开展五大业务:港口及相关服务;电信;房地产开发与控股;商品零售、制造及其它服务;能源和基础设施。

Towns that were once ports are now far from the water.

The people of Aralsk, once a port at the northern tip of the Aral Sea, even began to dream about going back to sea for their livelihoods.

Current versions have an 8-hour battery life, a laptop-scale 233-MHz Pentium chip, 64 MB of RAM, and expansion ports that allow for wireless Web access or GPS navigation hardware.
目前生产的各种型号可穿戴电脑的电池使用时间可达八个小时,配置膝上型电脑用的 233兆赫奔腾芯片, 64兆比特内存,并带有扩充端口,使之能够无线上网或者配备全球定位系统( GPS )的导航硬件。

Generally, cameras use USB or serial ports to download images.
通常,相机使用通用串行总线( USB)或者串行端口来下载图像。

Future equivalents of human neuron clusters will almost certainly include built-in, quick-downloading ports.

Today's road warriors are just as likely to demand computer modem ports and in-room fax machines.

The player comes with a base station that connects to your PC through a USB port, so you can transfer music files from your hard drive; the base station also recharges the batteries.
这款播放器配有一个基站,可以通过通用串行总线架( USB )端口你的电脑相连接,这样你就可以把硬盘驱动器上的音乐文件转移到播放器上;这个基站还可以给电池充电。

It holds all the basic information you need addresses, phone numbers and appointments and it can swap the data with a PC or a PalmPilot via its built-in infrared port.
它可以存贮你需要的全部常用信息:地址、电话号码和约会时间地点。它还可以通过内置的红外端口个人电脑和 PalmPilot 掌上交换数据。

Especially cool is a business-card exchange: when owners of these watches meet, they can use their infrared ports to trade e-mail addresses and other info.

So right there, we eamed each other: we used our infrared ports to swap programs wirelessly.

With an international TV audience, Auckland's little-known port is poised to become world-famous.

There were eight of us aboard the 45-m Gulf Majesty, pulling a loaded barge about 500 km outside Jacksonville, Florida, our home port, heading to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
我们八个人在 45米长的海湾国王号上。这只船当时拖着一艘载有货物的驳船,航行在离我们出发的港口--佛罗里达州杰克森维尔 500公里外的大海中,向着波多黎各的圣胡安港进发。

But I 'm simply describing the cheaper Palm here, which misses the genius of the Handspring: the Visor has a data port, called Springboard, that allows you to plug in an array of different devices converting the thing into a cell phone, pager, global positioning device, universal remote, MP3 player and more.
在这里我只介绍最便宜的 Palm 掌上机,它不具备 Handspring 的天才发明特征: Visor 有一个数据端口,叫做 Springboard ,它可以使你插入一组不同的器件,可以转换成为移动电话、寻呼机、全球定位系统、通用远程通信器、 MP3播放器以及其它的东西。

Each of the Sharp machines comes with a built-in data-fax modem and a serial port cable so you can attach it to your PC and swap files.
夏普生产的这两种机器都装有内置式数据─传真调制解调器和一根串口电线,这样就可以使它与 PC 机连接起来进行文件传输。

The Visayan Forum has teamed up with the Philippine coast guard, the government's Port Authority, and the country's largest shipping company, Aboitez, to keep a sharp eye on arriving boats in the main ports, looking for possible traffickers traveling with groups of children.

The organization has operations in four main ports serving Manila, and says it rescues between 20 and 60 children a week. But officials say thousands are never found.

Across the street from Manila's main North Harbor port, Visayan Forum runs an emergency shelter where rescued children stay for several days while social workers attempt to locate their parents.

Marina Ulleque is a social worker with the Visayan Forum. She meets the boats at Manila's busy international sea port and hands out cards with emergency numbers to possible child victims, telling they can get help.

"Sometimes they send their lawyers here and also they say, 'I am the relative of senator so-and-so and I am the friend of the station commander or the port police,' something like that, so we are being harassed," said Marina Ulleque.

The final load of World Food Program wheat for China arrived by ship Thursday at the southern port of Shenzhen.

A U.S. Navy nuclear-powered attack submarine, under heavy escort, has arrived back at its home port of Guam after a fatal accident at sea.

The submarine, which was en route to a port call in Australia, surfaced in the Pacific Ocean after the accident and returned to Guam on its own power.

Military aircraft, a Navy submarine tender and a Coast Guard cutter were dispatched from Guam to transfer medical personnel onto the San Francisco to treat the injured and to escort the damaged vessel back to port. A spokesman says the injuries included broken bones and lacerations.

port of delivery 交货港

European Main Ports EMPs 欧洲主要口岸

PCS 港口拥挤附加费 Port Congestion Surcharge

POD 目地港 Port Of Destination

POL 装运港 Port Of Loading

port toll/duty 港口税,入港税

Exhaust port 排汽门孔

Intake port 进汽门孔

Valve port 汽门孔

d.p. direct port 直达港口

港口税port dues

装运港port of shipment

卸货港port of discharge

目的港port of destination

选择港(任意港)optional port

港口 Ports

including 60 days after discharge of the goods at port of destination (or at station of destination) subject to C.T.C.

including W.A. & risk of fire for 60 days in customs warehouse after discharge of the goods at port of destination subject to CIC

Port Oar 左桨

Price includes Cost, Insurance, Freight to a named port of destination in the
buyer’s country.
到岸价格。包括成本、保险费以及运费, 要求运到卖方指定港口。

Loading port and destinaltion装运港与目的港
despatch/shipment from Chinese port to…
evidencing shipment from China to…CFR by steamer in transit Saudi Arabia not later than 15th July, 1987 of the goods specified below

Date of shipment 装船期
(1)bills of lading must be dated not later than August 15, 1987 提单日期不得迟于1987年8月15日
(2)shipment must be effected not later than(or on)July 30,1987 货物不得迟于(或于)1987年7月30日装运
(3)shipment latest date… 最迟装运日期:……
(4)evidencing shipment/despatch on or before… 列明货物在…年…月…日或在该日以前装运/发送
(5)from China port to … not later than 31st August, 1987 不迟于1987年8月31日从中国港口至……

Partial shipments and transhipment 分运与转运
(1)partial shipments are (not) permitted (不)允许分运
(2)partial shipments (are) allowed (prohibited) 准许(不准)分运
(3)without transhipment 不允许转运
(4)transhipment at Hongkong allowed 允许在香港转船
(5)partial shipments are permissible, transhipment is allowed except at… 允许分运,除在……外允许转运

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