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Noun
An enclosed area of water in a port for the loading, unloading, and repair of ships
“The ship is able to offload a barge at a destination port without stopping to tie up at a busy dock.”
Noun
A place where operations are managed
Noun
Members of a court of law or the legal profession, collectively
Noun
A raised platform in a room for a high table, a seat of honour, a throne, or other dignified occupancy
Noun
Place for witness testimony
Noun
The caudal appendage of an animal that is attached to its posterior
Noun
Stumpy end
Verb
To dock a boat or ship, typically along or near the shore
“Every time the boat attempts to dock, the waves crash against the wharf.”
Verb
To reduce or decrease an amount of something
“Although angry that the Government will dock the wages of those who take part, teaching unions have committed to keeping schools open.”
Verb
To reduce in extent, duration or quantity
“Perhaps it would be feasible to dock the number of hours the group can work after school.”
Verb
To deduct something, such as money, points, etc.
“The judge, with her pen and her clipboard, was able to dock points for the slightest miscalculation.”
Verb
To trim or cut off
“Opinions vary as to where to dock the tail and how long the tail stub should be after docking.”
Verb
To penalize someone for a punishable offense
Verb
To land on solid ground (after being in the water or air)
Verb
To come to rest after a descent from above
Verb
To remove or take away (something) from (someone)
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