Examples of seaport in a Sentence
Boston is a major seaport in the northeastern U.S.
Recent Examples of seaport from the Web
In 2014, a toxic invasive species—the Asian common toad—was spotted in Madagascar’s largest seaport.
California is planning to use its $423 million to reduce diesel emissions with vouchers to help businesses buy hybrid and zero-emission trucks, buses and freigh vehicles in neighborhoods near warehouses and seaports.
From his base at the Norwegian seaport city of Alesund, the vice president for the marine technical wing of British manufacturer Rolls-Royce is talking about the future of the $450 billion global shipping industry.
Some of the seaport’s new offerings will be more rarefied than the souvenir shops of old.
Another piece of Scandinavian maritime history – of a more recent vintage – is the Gerda III, on exhibit in the water at the seaport.
Total trade at the seaport, using the dollar yardstick, was up 6.91 percent and totaled $6.26 billion during the first quarter.
Today, only a handful of U.S. seaports can accommodate the most modern transport ships, which are 1½ times as large and can carry twice as much cargo as the typical vessel that makes port in America.
The second part, the maritime silk road, is a chain of seaports from the South China Sea to the Indian Ocean that direct maritime trade to and from China.
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SEAPORT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seaport for English Language Learners
: a town or city with a harbor where ships stop to load and unload cargo
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