a place where ships can load and unload people or goods
a town with a harbour or docks on a sea coast or on a river
"port the helm"
"the captain ported the ship at night"
"The ship finally ported"
"The big ship was slowly porting"
"The small canoe could be ported easily"
"port a rifle"
"We were porting all in the club after dinner"
A..frigate has also been in port.
We were so near as to count the ports on her side.
出自： R. H. Dana
Two large gun ports are visible.
出自： D. M. Desoutter
His port, Which once had been erect and open, now Was stooping and contracted.
She rose..advancing upon the platform with regal port.
出自： L. Strachey
I eased the rudder to port..the plane responded.
出自： J. Cleary
We lunched late, on partridge and port.
出自： R. Frame
In one hand his leather port holding his working clothes.
出自： D. Hewett
误 There are many ships in the port.
正 There are many ships in port.
析 in port是固定习语,意为“在港内”, port前无定冠词。