harbor en Español

Pronunciación
s. puerto, abrigo, áncora, áncora de protección, refugio, salvaguardia
v. hospedar, abrigar, albergar

Ejemplos

Beyond the city and out to sea a tall lighthouse on the island of Pharo guided the many ships that entered our harbour.
Más allá de la ciudad, y en medio del mar, un alto faro en la isla del Faraón guiaba a los muchos barcos que entraban en nuestro puerto.
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A luxury liner arrived in the harbor.
Un crucero de lujo llegó al puerto.
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Our ship was approaching the harbor.
Nuestro barco estaba aproximándose al puerto
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The island has a fine harbor.
Esta isla tiene un buen puerto.
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The Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
Los japoneses atacaron Pearl Harbor el 7 de diciembre de 1941.
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The ship is now in the harbor.
El barco está ahora en el puerto.
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There are many ships in the harbor.
Hay muchos barcos en la playa.
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We saw many ships in the harbor.
Vimos muchos barcos en el puerto.
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You will see a forest of masts in the harbor.
Tú verás un bosque de mástiles en el puerto.
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The official Cuban press made no mention of the presence of the Russian ship in the harbor.
(Voice of America)
La prensa oficial cubana no hizo mención a la presencia del barco ruso en el puerto.
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Sinónimos

a sheltered port where ships can take on or discharge cargo: landing place, docking facility, landing, anchorage, anchorage ground, harbour, haven, dock, port of call, coaling station, seafront, seaport, port, dockage
maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings): harbour, feel, entertain, experience, nurse, hold
secretly shelter (as of fugitives or criminals): shelter, harbour
hold back a thought or feeling about: conceal, hide, shield, harbour
keep in one's possession; of animals: hold on, harbour, keep
a place of refuge and comfort and security: asylum, sanctuary, refuge, harbour



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