a person who is responsible for the maintenance of the vessels of a shipping line, for their docking and the handling of cargo, and for the hiring of personnel for deck departments.
- Port talbot
/ˈtɔːlbət; ˈtæl-/ noun 1. a port in SE Wales, in Neath Port Talbot county borough on Swansea Bay: established as a coal port in the mid-19th century; large steelworks; ore terminal. Pop: 35 633 (2001)
[pawr-chuh-guh l, pohr-; Portuguese pawr-too-gahl] /ˈpɔr tʃə gəl, ˈpoʊr-; Portuguese ˌpɔr tʊˈgɑl/ noun 1. a republic in SW Europe, on the Iberian Peninsula, W of Spain. (Including the Azores and the Madeira Islands) 35,414 sq. mi. (91,720 sq. km). Capital: Lisbon. /ˈpɔːtjʊɡəl/ noun 1. a republic in SW Europe, on the Atlantic: became an independent […]
[pawr-chuh-geez, -gees, pohr-; pawr-chuh-geez, -gees, pohr-] /ˌpɔr tʃəˈgiz, -ˈgis, ˌpoʊr-; ˈpɔr tʃəˌgiz, -ˌgis, ˈpoʊr-/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of Portugal, its inhabitants, or their language. noun, plural Portuguese. 2. a native or inhabitant of Portugal. 3. a Romance language spoken in Portugal, Brazil, and a few countries of Africa. Abbreviation: Pg, Pg. […]
noun 1. former name of (def 1). noun 1. a former name (until 1975) of Mozambique