(cause to) bring, take a ship and begin to unload it
make (wages, allowances) less
"the ship arrived at the dock more than a day late"
"the ship docked"
"dock the ships"
Her creditors have been docked of three-fourths of their due.
出自： E. A. Bartlett
He's afraid to ask the Council for anything in case they dock his wretched salary to pay for it.
出自： A. J. Cronin
He is docked of all his pocket money until the debt is paid.
出自： A. S. Neill
The..company suddenly finds its contribution to group profits has been docked.
I should..see my wealthy Andrew dock'd in sand.
出自：Merchant of Venice , Shakespeare