Quay

A quay is a landing-place substantially built along a line of coast or river bank, or round a harbour, and having posts and rings to which vessels may be moored, frequently also cranes and storehouses for the convenience of merchant ships.
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quay

[n] - wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline
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Quay

Stone or wood projection into a watercourse at which a ship can tie up. This allows the loading/unloading of any cargo or ballast. They are similar to staithes.
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Quay

Quay noun [ French quai . See Key quay.] A mole, bank, or wharf, formed toward the sea, or at the side of a harbor, river, or other navigable water, for convenience in loading and unloading vessels. [ Written also key .]
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Quay

Quay transitive verb To furnish with quays.
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quay

noun wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline
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Quay

• (v. t.) To furnish with quays. • (n.) A mole, bank, or wharf, formed toward the sea, or at the side of a harbor, river, or other navigable water, for convenience in loading and unloading vessels.
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Quay

A landing place or pier, usually of solid construction, where vessels berth to load or unload cargo.
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quay

a pier pronounced the same as " key "
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quay

wharf or reinforced bank where ships are loaded or unloaded.
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quay

A wharf, which parallels the waterline.
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quay

wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline
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