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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water
docksidedock‧side /ˈdɒksaɪd $ ˈdɑːk-/ noun [singular]  TTWAREAthe edge of the land that is next to the water in a port
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docksideAfter midnight, taking his careful, indirect route home from his dockside rendezvous, he had met two men.Here they would diverge on to reconditioned dockside trackage to cross the city to the freight terminal at Catalinas Sur.At Caen Musgrave went to a regatta, where seven thousand spectators lined the dockside.The dockside coal depot will be the focal point of a demonstration against imports and pit closures tomorrow.
From Longman Business Dictionarydocksidedock‧side /ˈdɒksaɪdˈdɑːk-/ noun [singular]TRANSPORT the area around the place in a port where ships are loaded and unloadedThe union is demanding a contract for dockside workers similar to that covering cargo handlers working on ships.
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