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dock·er 1

 (dŏk′ər)
n.
A dockworker; a longshoreman.

dock·er 2

 (dŏk′ər)
n.
One that docks something, such as the tail of an animal.

docker

(ˈdɒkə)
n
(Professions) Brit a man employed in the loading or unloading of ships. US and Canadian equivalent: longshoreman See also stevedore

docker

(ˈdɒkə)
n
(Veterinary Science) a person or thing that docks something, such as the tail of a horse

dock•er1

(ˈdɒk ər)

n.
a longshoreman.
[1755–65]

dock•er2

(ˈdɒk ər)

n.
a person or device that docks tails.
[1800–10]

docker

longshoreman
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.docker - a laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a portdocker - a laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port
laborer, labourer, manual laborer, jack - someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor
Translations
عامِل في رَصيف السُّفُن
dokařpřístavní dělník
dokarbejder
dokkmunkás
hafnarverkamaîur
robotník v doku
liman işçisi

docker

[ˈdɒkəʳ] N (Brit) → estibador m

docker

[ˈdɒkər] ndocker m

docker

n (Brit) → Hafenarbeiter m, → Docker m

docker

[ˈdɒkəʳ] nscaricatore m (di porto), portuale m

dock1

(dok) noun
1. a deepened part of a harbour etc where ships go for loading, unloading, repair etc. The ship was in dock for three weeks.
2. the area surrounding this. He works down at the docks.
3. the box in a law court where the accused person sits or stands.
verb
to (cause to) enter a dock and tie up alongside a quay. The liner docked in Southampton this morning.
ˈdocker noun
a person who works in the docks.
ˈdockyard noun
a naval harbour with docks, stores etc.
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Red Hat is acquiring CoreOS, bringing on board technology to help customers build, run and manage containerised applications in hybrid and multicolour environments.
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Founded in 2013, CoreOS was created with a goal of building and delivering infrastructure for organizations of all sizes that mirrored that of large-scale software companies, automatically updating and patching servers and helping to solve pain points like downtime, security and resilience.
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CoreOS will collaborate with Intel to deploy and manage OpenStack, open source software for building clouds, with Kubernetes, an open source system for automating deployment, scaling, and operations of applications, the company said.
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