Dock in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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dock
[dɒk]
noun
1. muelle (m) (for ships)
  • the docks el puerto
  • dock strike huelga (f) de estibadores
intransitive verb
2. atracar (ship); acoplarse (two spacecraft)
noun
1. banquillo (m) (de los acusados) (Law)
1. recortar (tail)
2. recortar (wages)
dock [dɒk]
noun
1 (Náut) dársena (f); muelle (m); (with gates) dique (m)
to be in dock (Britain) [+ship] estar en puerto; [+car] estar en el taller
2 docks muelles (m); puerto (m)
transitive verb
[+ship] atracar; [+spacecraft] acoplar;
intransitive verb
1 (Náut) atracar; (loosely) llegar
the ship has docked el barco ha atracado; we docked at five llegamos a las cinco; entramos en el puerto a las cinco; when we docked at Vigo cuando llegamos a Vigo
2 [+spacecraft] acoplarse;with a
modifier
dock dues (n) derechos (m) de atraque or de dársena
dock labourer dock laborer (US) (n)
dock worker See culture box in entry dock.
dock walloper (n) (US)
dock worker See culture box in entry dock.
dock warrant (n) resguardo (m) de muelle; conocimiento (m) de almacén
dock worker (n) trabajador (m) portuario
dock [dɒk]
transitive verb
1 [+animal's tail] cortar; cercenar (formal)
2 (Britain)
to dock sb's pay descontar dinero del sueldo a algn; I've been docked £1 me han descontado una libra
dock [dɒk]
noun
(Britain) (in court) banquillo (m) de los acusados
dock [dɒk]
noun
(Bot) acedera (f); ramaza (f)
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