English version

moor in Water topic

moormoor2 verb [intransitive, transitive]  TTWto fasten a ship or boat to the land or to the bottom of the sea using ropes or an anchor Two or three fishing boats were moored alongside the pier.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
moorMerrill watched them walk across to where a group of small dinghies was moored.The dahabeeyah had moored for the night and the three girls had been up on the top deck enjoying the evening breeze.Soon after, lifeguards gave up their search and ordered the crew to moor their patrol boat.Two battleships were moored to the east of Ford Island.The herring fleet was moored well inland, and the water was oil-tarnished.