Port.

Related to Port.: port wine

Port.

abbr.
1. Portugal
2. Portuguese

Port.

abbreviation for
1. (Placename) Portugal
2. (Languages) Portuguese
References in classic literature ?
By these lanes passengers came suddenly from the port into the street, or from the street on to the port.
With a quick catch and lift, he passed Michael up and into unseen hands outstretched from the iron wall of the ship, and paddled ahead to an open cargo port.
Questioning the Germans, I found that all except the commander were willing to resume their posts and aid in bringing the vessel into an English port.
Army's Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command, operates at the Port of Beaumont and coordinates the reception, staging, loading and discharge of military cargo at the port.
According to a 6 March 2006 report in China Daily, Shanghai is the world's largest freight port and the third largest container port.
That depth will allow ships carrying 4,500 containers to call on the port.
Prestigious speakers included Michael Francois, Chief, Real Estate & Development, The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey; Timothy Lizura, Director of Real Estate Development Division, New Jersey Economic Development Authority; and Sam Crane, Vice President, Maher Terminals, the largest container terminal operator at the Port.
Based on these numbers, it would take about three drives to effectively utilize a single SATA Gen 1 port.
Today, a majority of the Canadian crop goes to Asia, and it is technically more efficient to go through the Vancouver port.
Port of Long Beach Security Director William Ellis, a retired LBPD chief, said he has been working with the Long Beach Police Department to increase patrols at the port.
I'm pleased to see additional safeguards for cargo security at the Port.
This year, the Port of Veracruz expects to move 500,000 vehicles in and out of its facilities, 20,000 more than last year and a figure that warrants investment in the port.