Definition of 'marina'
Example sentences containing 'marina'
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The hotel also has its own marina and a beach on its doorstep. The Sun (2006)It has three bathrooms and a large terrace overlooking the beach and marina. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are two harbours and a marina for 1,000 yachts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The 3H hotel overlooks the marina and has fabulous sea views. The Sun (2015)The building overlooks a marina that is connected to the Thames. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It will include a marina for 200 yachts. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It will include a marina, spa and villas. The Sun (2009)The project involves a new marina costing more than 30 million. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Just 9,000 more will get you one of the precious moorings in the new marina in front. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is a tourist office, diving and other sports companies, a beach and yacht marina. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'marina'
British English: marina /məˈriːnə/ NOUN
A marina is a small harbour for pleasure boats.
- American English: marina
- Arabic: حَوضُ الْسُفُنِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: marina
- Chinese: 游艇港
- Croatian: marina
- Czech: přístav pro jachty
- Danish: marina
- Dutch: jachthaven
- European Spanish: puerto deportivo
- Finnish: huvivenesatama
- French: port de plaisance
- German: Jachthafen
- Greek: μαρίνα λιμάνι
- Italian: porticciolo
- Japanese: マリーナ
- Korean: 항구
- Norwegian: marina
- Polish: port dla jachtów
- European Portuguese: marina
- Romanian: port de iahturi
- Russian: пристань для яхт
- Spanish: atracadero dársena
- Swedish: småbåtshamn
- Thai: ท่าจอดเรือ
- Turkish: yat limanı
- Ukrainian: причал
- Vietnamese: bến du thuyền
Definition of marina from the Collins English Dictionary
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