dockland

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noun dock·land \ -ˌland \

Definition of dockland

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:the part of a port occupied by docks; also :a residential section adjacent to docks

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First Known Use of dockland

1904


DOCKLAND Defined for English Language Learners

dockland

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Definition of dockland for English Language Learners

  • : the part of a port where there are docks


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