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1port/ˈpoɚt/noun
pluralports
1port
/ˈpoɚt/
noun
pluralports
Learner's definition of PORT  
: a town or city where ships stop to load and unload cargo
[count]
[noncount]
: a place where ships can find shelter from a storm
[count]
[noncount]

any port in a storm

— used to say that you will use anyone or anything for comfort, help, etc., when you are in a bad situation
— compare 2port, 3port, 4port
2port/ˈpoɚt/noun
2port
/ˈpoɚt/
noun
Learner's definition of PORT  
[noncount]
: the side of a ship or aircraft that is on the left when you are looking toward the front
— compare starboard
— compare 1port, 3port, 4port

— port

adjective
3port/ˈpoɚt/noun
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3port
/ˈpoɚt/
noun
pluralports
Learner's definition of PORT  
[count, noncount]
: a strong, sweet, usually dark red wine that is made in Portugal
— compare 1port, 2port, 4port
4port/ˈpoɚt/noun
pluralports
4port
/ˈpoɚt/
noun
pluralports
Learner's definition of PORT  
[count]
: a place where you can connect a piece of equipment (such as a printer or mouse) to a computer
— compare 1port, 2port, 3port
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