harbour master

harbour master
cod after spawning (Scottish dialect)

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  • harbour master — noun A person who has charge of a harbour • • • Main Entry: ↑harbour …   Useful english dictionary

  • harbour master — harbour .master n the official who is in charge of a harbour …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • harbour master — uosto kapitonas statusas Aprobuotas sritis vandens transportas apibrėžtis 1. Asmuo, atsakingas už laivybos priežiūrą ir užtikrinantis tvarką Lietuvos Respublikos jūrų uosto akvatorijoje ir krantinėse. 2. Asmuo, atsakingas už laivybos priežiūrą ir …   Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas)

  • harbour master — (US harbormaster) noun an official in charge of a harbour …   English new terms dictionary

  • harbour — har‧bour [ˈhɑːbə ǁ ˈhɑːrbər] , harbor noun [countable] an area of calm water next to the land, where boats arrive and leave: • The island has a fine modern harbour. • The harbour master (= someone in charge of a harbour ) may request the ship… …   Financial and business terms

  • harbour — n. & v. (US harbor) n. 1 a place of shelter for ships. 2 a shelter; a place of refuge or protection. v. 1 tr. give shelter to (esp. a criminal or wanted person). 2 tr. keep in one s mind, esp. resentfully (harbour a grudge). 3 intr. come to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Harbour of Tears — Album par Camel Sortie 15 janvier 1996 Durée 62:14 Genre rock progressif Producteur Andy Latimer Label Camel Productions …   Wikipédia en Français

  • harbour — (BrE) (AmE harbor) noun ADJECTIVE ▪ deep, deep water ▪ good, safe, sheltered ▪ natural ▪ bus …   Collocations dictionary

  • Master and Commander — This article is about the historical naval novel by Patrick O Brian. For the 2003 film, see Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. For the naval rank, see Commander. Master and Commander …   Wikipedia

  • Master mariner — A Master Mariner or MM is the professional qualification required for someone to serve as the person in charge or person in command of a commercial vessel. In England, the term Master Mariner has been in use at least since the 13th century,… …   Wikipedia

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