I [wɔːf] [AE hwɔːf]
nome (pl. wharves) pontile m.
II [wɔːf] [AE hwɔːf]
verbo intransitivo [boat] ormeggiarsi al pontile
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plurals - wharfs, wharves; noun
(a platform alongside which ships are moored for loading and unloading.) banchina, molo
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wharf /wɔ:f/
n. (pl. wharves, wharfs)
(naut.) banchina; calata; molo interno; scalo; pontile: loading [unloading] wharf, banchina di carico [scarico]
wharf dues, diritti di sbarco (o di banchina) □ wharf rat, (zool.) topo dei moli; (fig. spreg.) frequentatore dei moli, individuo losco.
(to) wharf /wɔ:f/
v. t.
1 (naut.) attraccare (o ormeggiare) alla banchina
2 scaricare (merce) a un molo
3 provvedere (uno scalo) di moli o banchine.
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I [wɔːf] [AE hwɔːf]
nome (pl. wharves) pontile m.
II [wɔːf] [AE hwɔːf]
verbo intransitivo [boat] ormeggiarsi al pontile

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