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Hindi translation of 'quay'

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/kiː की/
Word forms: quays
countable noun
A quay is a long platform beside the sea or a river where boats can be tied.
(जहाजी) घाट mn

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Example Sentences Including 'quay'

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The doorway of the restaurant was crowded with people who had watched the action on the quay.
Dhondy, Farrukh JANAKY AND THE GIANT (1993)
There was no sound as she paused, glancing across the quay down river towards the broad estuary.
Barbara Erskine HIDING FROM THE LIGHT (1993)
Residents on the other side of the harbour already complained about the noise from the fish quay, he added.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)

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'quay' in Other Languages

British English: quay /kiː/ NOUN
A quay is a long platform beside the sea or a river where boats can be tied.
  • American English: quay
  • Arabic: رَصِيفُ الـمِينَاء
  • Brazilian Portuguese: cais
  • Chinese: 码头
  • Croatian: pristanište
  • Czech: nábřeží
  • Danish: kaj
  • Dutch: kade
  • European Spanish: muelle costa
  • Finnish: laituri
  • French: quai
  • German: Kai
  • Greek: αποβάθρα
  • Italian: banchina
  • Japanese: 埠頭
  • Korean: 선창
  • Norwegian: kai
  • Polish: nadbrzeże
  • European Portuguese: cais
  • Romanian: cheu
  • Russian: причал
  • Spanish: muelle embarcadero
  • Swedish: kaj
  • Thai: ที่ที่เอาเรือเข้าเทียบท่า
  • Turkish: iskele deniz
  • Ukrainian: набережна
  • Vietnamese: bến tàu


Translation of quay from the Collins English to Hindi
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