[pawrts-muh th, pohrts-] /ˈpɔrts məθ, ˈpoʊrts-/
a seaport in S Hampshire, in S England, on the English Channel: chief British naval station.
a seaport in SE Virginia: navy yard.
a seaport in SE New Hampshire: naval base; Russian-Japanese peace treaty 1905.
a city in S Ohio, on the Ohio River.
a town in SE Rhode Island.
Informal name Pompey. a port in S England, in Portsmouth unitary authority, Hampshire, on the English Channel: Britain’s chief naval base; university (1992). Pop: 187 056 (2001)
a unitary authority in S England, in Hampshire. Pop: 188 700 (2003 est). Area: 37 sq km (14 sq miles)
a port in SE Virginia, on the Elizabeth River: naval base; shipyards. Pop: 99 617 (2003 est)
noun 1. a seaport in the NE Sudan, on the Red Sea. noun 1. the chief port of the Sudan, in the NE on the Red Sea. Pop: 499 000 (2005 est)
noun 1. . noun 1. 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 […]