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berth in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishberthberth1 /bɜːθ $ bɜːrθ/ noun [countable]  1 TTWa place where a ship can stop and be tied up2 TTWa place for someone to sleep on a ship or on a train syn bunk give somebody/something a wide berth at wide1(7)
Examples from the Corpus
berthSimilar to plan 1. 4 to 6 berth Holiday Bungalows.Bedroom with bunk beds for two. 6 to 8 berth Luxury Caravans.Zephro Carnelian has his own interstellar craft in a berth.Finally last month, Strug earned her second consecutive Olympic berth.You see them in dedicated lanes, hopefully being given a wide berth by cars.Sandie gives her a wide berth.The legal issues also are causing local entities giving him a wide berth.