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embarcadero

noun em·bar·ca·de·ro \(ˌ)em-ˌbär-kə-ˈder-(ˌ)ō\
plural em·bar·ca·de·ros

Definition of EMBARCADERO

West
:  a landing place especially on an inland waterway

Origin of EMBARCADERO

Spanish, from embarcado, past participle of embarcar to embark, from em- (from Latin in-) + barca bark, from Late Latin
First Known Use: 1846

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