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quay·side

 (kē′sīd′, kā′-, kwā′-)
n.
The area adjacent to a quay or wharf or a system of quays.

quayside

(ˈkiːˌsaɪd)
n
(Human Geography) the edge of a quay along the water
Translations
جانِب الرَّصيف
přístavní hráz
kaj
hafnarbakki
iskele kenarı

quayside

[ˈkiːsaɪd] Nmuelle m

quayside

[ˈkiːsaɪd]
nquai m
on the quayside → sur le quai
modif [restaurant, café, warehouse, auction] → sur les quais

quayside

nKai m; the quayside barsdie Hafenkneipen pl

quayside

[ˈkiːˌsaɪd] nbanchina

quay

(kiː) , (kei) noun
a solid, usually stone, landing-place, where boats are loaded and unloaded. The boat is moored at the quay.
ˈquayside noun
the side or edge of a quay. The boat was tied up at the quayside.
References in classic literature ?
"Not to be held," I murmured; and she whom the quayside called Madame Leonore closed her outstretched hand before my face and opened it at once to show its emptiness in illustration of her expressed opinion.
He conducted her through the dangers of the quayside. Her sight was dim.
The next chapter of the city's history is well known - the decline of heavy industries left Newcastle's Quayside largely unused and unloved.
Bellway Homes Wales confirmed yesterday that work had been halted on the Quayside development of 88 luxury studios and one and two-bedroom apartments, which have a price tag of up to pounds 199,000.
Anyone who wants to see the show needs to head to the Quayside before midnight.
Championing this redevelopment is Business Improvement District company NE1 Ltd, which believes the Quayside and the River Tyne are the hidden jewels in Newcastle's crown.
As the organisation highlighted the success of city schemes - including the Alive after Five free parking scheme and Restaurant Week - its directors unveiled plans for the coming five years which could bring investment to the quayside, in an attempt to make it a world class destination.
A PS60 million skyscraper will be built on the Gateshead Quayside - despite concerns from some councillors over its "appalling" design.
PICTURES of Newcastle Quayside from 100 years ago show a river that was mighty busy - but not widely accessible.
Known as Quayside West,the development could deliver up to 575permanent jobsin addition to more than 600 construction and supply chain jobs.
THE group tasked with boosting Newcastle city centre as a place to do business has pledged to turn Newcastle Quayside into one of Europe's best waterfront experiences.
Newcastle Quayside pictured from the Gateshead side of the Tyne