English translation of 'atracar'
transitive verb, intransitive verb
(nautical) to moor
atracar-se reflexive verb
1 to grapple
2 (informal: abraçar-se) to neck
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'atracar' in Other Languages
British English: moor /mʊə; mɔː/ VERB
If you moor or moor a boat, you attach it to the land with a rope or cable so that it cannot drift away.
I decided to moor near some tourist boats.
- American English: moor
- Arabic: يَرْبِطُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: atracar
- Chinese: 停泊
- Croatian: sidriti
- Czech: uvázat loď ke břehu
- Danish: fortøje
- Dutch: aanmeren
- European Spanish: amarrar embarcación
- Finnish: kiinnittää laituriin
- French: amarrer
- German: vertäuen
- Greek: προσδένω
- Italian: ormeggiare
- Japanese: 停泊させる
- Korean: 매어두다
- Norwegian: fortøye
- Polish: przycumować
- European Portuguese: atracar
- Romanian: a ancora
- Russian: швартовать
- Spanish: amarrar
- Swedish: förtöja
- Thai: จอดเรือ
- Turkish: bağlamak tekne
- Ukrainian: причалити
- Vietnamese: bỏ neo
British English: berth VERB
When a ship berths, it sails into harbour and stops at the quay.
As the ship berthed, he was with the first immigration officers aboard.
British English: dock VERB
When a ship docks or is docked, it is brought into a dock.
The vessel docked there first.
There were two ships docked there.
Translation of atracar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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