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harbour in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishharbourhar‧bour1 British English, harbor American English /ˈhɑːbə $ ˈhɑːrbər/ ●●○ noun [countable]  TTWan area of water next to the land where the water is calm, so that ships are safe when they are inside itbay as they sailed into Portsmouth Harbour
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harbourLarge numbers of nuclear-powered submarines are laid up at a harbour near Murmansk.There are also some interesting old buildings to see around the Shore and at the old-world fishing harbour of Newhaven.For the Out Skerries comprise a group of three little islands which are conveniently arranged to form a perfect natural harbour.About 7,000 yachts had been in the harbour for days to get the best view.