Definition Of port

noun

a person's carriage or bearing.

she has the proud port of a princess

a socket in a computer network into which a device can be plugged.

a strong, sweet, typically dark red fortified wine, originally from Portugal, typically drunk as a dessert wine.

In particular, I want to drive up the Douro valley from Porto to the vineyards where the grapes for port wine are grown, and I want to see more of the estuaries of the Galician coast.

a suitcase or traveling bag.

she packed her ports and walked out

a town or city with a harbor where ships load or unload, especially one where customs officers are stationed.

Over 33 ships are waiting at Colombian ports to load and unload cargo.


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Example Of port

  • a communications port for optional cellular and other wireless modules

  • A short distance before Banyas, once a Phoenician port , 34 miles south of Latakia, we saw the enormous citadel of Marqab towering atop a mountain.

  • A watchful eye is constantly kept by the patrol on the waters outside the base port .

  • According to the military report, Blanco was killed on September 13 and his body thrown into the sea on the same day 10 miles from the port of San Antonio.

  • an abundant water supply and port facilities


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