- [C]港口,海港 a place where ships can load and unload people or goods
- [C]港埠,港口城镇 a town with a harbour or docks on a sea coast or on a river
- a place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country
- sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal
- an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through
- the left side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose
- (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)
- located on the left side of a ship or aircraft
- put or turn on the left side, of a ship;
"port the helm"
- bring to port;
"the captain ported the ship at night"
- land at or reach a port;
"The ship finally ported"
- turn or go to the port or left side, of a ship;
"The big ship was slowly porting"
- carry, bear, convey, or bring;
"The small canoe could be ported easily"
- carry or hold with both hands diagonally across the body, especially of weapons;
"port a rifle"
- drink port;
"We were porting all in the club after dinner"
- modify (software) for use on a different machine or platform
- Rick often watched the boats returning to port in the late afternoon.
- The priest blessed the ship before it left port.
This is an excellent port being secure from every wind.
Our ship leaves port tonight.
A visitor arrived just as we were setting out for the airport.
Ships must follow the channel into the port.
The ship has been waiting to enter port for two hours.
Lüshun is a city and port in the northeast of China at the tip of Liaodong Peninsula.
There is only one port along this rocky coast.
London used to be Britain's largest port.
New York and San Francisco are important American ports.
- arrive at port 到达港口
- call at port 航程中停靠港口
- clear port 出港
- close port 封港
- come into port 进港
- enter port 进港口
- leave port 出港,离港
- make port 到达港口
- open port 开放港口
- put into port 进港
- reach port 抵达港口
- return into port 归港
- shut port 封港
- shut down port 关闭港口
- touch (at) port 靠港
- commercial port 商业港
- domestic port 国内港
- free port 自由港
- ice-free port 不冻港
- intermediate port 中途口岸
- military port 军港
- open port 对外贸易港
- sheltered port 避风港
A..frigate has also been in port.出自：Daily Telegraph
We were so near as to count the ports on her side.出自：R. H. Dana
Two large gun ports are visible.出自：D. M. Desoutter
His port, Which once had been erect and open, now Was stooping and contracted.出自：Wordsworth
She rose..advancing upon the platform with regal port.出自：L. Strachey
I eased the rudder to port..the plane responded.出自：J. Cleary
We lunched late, on partridge and port.出自：R. Frame
In one hand his leather port holding his working clothes.出自：D. Hewett
- port引申还可表示“港埠”,即有港口的城镇。与表示地名的专有名词连用时专有化,首字母大写,如Port Said塞德港。
- port, harbour, haven
这三个词都有“港”“港口”的意思。其区别是：1.harbour可指“天然港”,又可指“人工港”,强调为避风而有山或防波堤; port通常指“人工港”,不仅有港口设备,而且背靠城市,即“港市”; haven主要指为船只提供安全的地方,是船只的“避风港”“锚泊地”。例如:It is a natural harbour.这是一个天然港。The disabled ship was towed into haven.那艘失去战斗力的军舰被拖进了港湾。2.harbour在专有名词中常后置; port在专有名词中常前置。例如:The ship entered Port Qinhuangdao at dawn.这艘船在黎明时驶入秦皇岛港。The ship is now in Yantai Harbour.这艘船现在停泊在烟台港。3.harbour和haven都可用于比喻中,指“避难所”或“安全地方”; port无此义。例如:My home is my harbour.家是我的避难所。
误 There are many ships in the port.
正 There are many ships in port.
析 in port是固定习语,意为“在港内”, port前无定冠词。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的prot，意为港口，避难所；最初源自古典拉丁语的protus，意为港口，通道，门。
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