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English-German translation for: harbour
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NOUN   a harbour | harbours
VERB  to harbour | harboured | harboured ... 
SYNO   to harbor | to harbour | to harbour ... 
harbour {adj} [attr.] [Br.]
to harbour [Br.]
hegen [Gedanken, Groll, etc.]
to harbour sb. [Br.]
jdn. beherbergen
to harbour [Br.]
bergen [geh.] [Gefahren, Überraschungen etc.]
naut. to harbour [Br.] [archaic]im Hafen vor Anker gehen
to harbour sb. [Br.]jdm. Unterschlupf gewähren
naut. harbour [Br.]
Hafen {m}
harbour [Br.] [place of refuge]
Zufluchtsort {m}
2 Words: Verbs
naut. to enter harbour [Br.]in den Hafen einlaufen
to harbour doubts [Br.]Zweifel hegen
to harbour hopes [Br.]Hoffnungen hegen
to harbour illusions [Br.]sichAkk. Illusionen hingeben
to reach harbour [Br.]in den Hafen einlaufen
2 Words: Nouns
(harbour) wall [Br.]Damm {m} [Hafendamm]
artificial harbour [Br.]künstlicher Hafen {m}
boat harbour [Br.]Bootshafen {m}
capacious harbour [Br.]großer Hafen {m}
comm. naut. commercial harbour [Br.]Handelshafen {m}
fishing harbour [Br.]Fischereihafen {m}
fishing harbour [Br.]Fischhafen {m}
free harbour [Br.]Freihafen {m}
naut. harbour access [Br.]Hafenzugang {m}
harbour alley [Br.]Hafengasse {f}
naut. harbour approach [Br.]Hafenansteuerung {f}
harbour area [Br.]Hafengebiet {n}
harbour area [Br.]Hafengelände {n}
admin. naut. harbour authority [Br.]Hafenbehörde {f}
naut. harbour basin [Br.]Hafenbassin {n} [veraltend] [Hafenbecken]
naut. harbour basin [Br.]Hafenbecken {n}
geogr. naut. harbour bay [Br.]Hafenbucht {f}
mil. naut. harbour blockade [Br.]Hafenblockade {f}
harbour boozer [Br.] [coll.] [pej.]Hafenkaschemme {f} [pej.]
hydro. naut. harbour bottom [Br.]Hafensohle {f}
naut. harbour breakwater [Br.]Hafenmole {f}
archi. harbour building [Br.] [structure]Hafenbau {m} [Gebäude]
gastr. harbour cafe [Br.] [also: harbour café]Hafencafé {n}
urban harbour city [Br.]Hafenstadt {f}
mil. harbour commander [Br.]Hafenkommandant {m}
constr. harbour construction [Br.]Hafenbau {m} [Bauen]
naut. tech. harbour crane [Br.]Hafenkran {m}
admin. naut. harbour due [Br.] [rare for: harbour dues]Hafengebühr {f}
naut. harbour dues [Br.]Hafengebühren {pl}
admin. naut. harbour dues {pl} [Br.]Hafengebühr {f}
naut. harbour dues {pl} [Br.]Hafengeld {n}
naut. harbour entrance [Br.]Hafeneinfahrt {f}
naut. harbour entrance [Br.]Hafeneingang {m}
transp. harbour exit [Br.]Hafenausfahrt {f}
naut. harbour fees [Br.]Hafengebühren {pl}
naut. harbour ferry [Br.]Hafenfähre {f}
harbour fortress [Br.]Hafenfestung {f}
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Q 2016-05-15: Bottom of the harbour scheme
A 2013-11-17: Incidentally, I agree with +harbour romance+
A 2013-11-17: Industrieromantik > industrial romanticism; Hafenromantik > harbour love
A 2013-11-17: harbour romance / love affair why not ?!
A 2012-04-16: harbour?
A 2012-04-16: to enter harbour/port
A 2010-09-02: Perhaps: safe harbour / harbor rules
A 2009-06-10: http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=%22anchored+off+the+harbour%22&btnG...
A 2009-05-28: Harbour
A 2009-05-14: Danke Bacca - it wasn't just the tea that went into the harbour.
A 2008-05-09: sth. like a cul-de-sac (harbour) ?
A 2008-02-24: as inconsistencies mount up, doubt sets in and he wants to leave the harbour
A 2007-11-08: http://www.harbour.sfu.ca/~hayward/van/glossary/kavanagh.html
A 2007-05-23: Die übliche Kurzbezeichnung wäre deep sea harbour.
Q 2007-03-20: to harbour a dislike?
A 2007-03-06: I meant a SEA harbour.
A 2007-03-06: incidentally, Vienna doesn't have a harbour :-)
A 2005-11-03: or only "little mermaid daydreaming in the harbour..."?

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