port

port
n
порт, гавань

- accessible port
- adjacent port
- agreed port
- autonomous port
- base port
- basic port
- blockaded port
- bonded port
- call port
- cargo port
- channel ports
- close port
- closed port
- coaling port
- commercial port
- container port
- continental port
- convenient port
- deep water port
- designated port
- destination port
- direct port
- direct port of call
- discharging port
- domestic port
- entrepôt port
- final port
- fishing port
- foreign port
- free port
- general cargo port
- home port
- inland port
- intermediate port
- lading port
- loading port
- main port
- major port
- maritime port
- named port
- natural port
- nonscheduled port
- ocean port
- open port
- operating port
- optional port
- origin port
- outer port
- outside port
- principal port
- principal port of call
- quay port
- railway port
- river port
- roads ports
- safe port
- sailing port
- sea port
- seasonal port
- shipping port
- specified port
- terminal port
- timber port
- trading port
- transhipment port
- transit port
- treaty port
- port of arrival
- port of call
- port of delivery
- port of departure
- port of destination
- port of discharge
- port of disembarkation
- port of distress
- port of documentation
- port of embarkation
- port of entry
- port of exit
- port of exportation
- port of forced discharging
- port of loading
- port of origin
- port of refuge
- port of registration
- port of registry
- port of shipment
- port of transhipment
- port of transit
- port of unloading
- at a port
- arrive at a port
- blockade a port
- call at a port
- clear a port
- designate a port
- enter a port
- leave a port
- lie in a port
- make port
- name a port
- put into a port
- reach a port
- sail from a port
- touch at a port
- use a port

English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics. 2014.

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