Examples of seaport in a Sentence
Boston is a major seaport in the northeastern U.S.
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Bustling prostitution industries sprang up around army bases and seaports, and soon the U.S. Navy was facing a full-on epidemic of venereal disease, Gordon explains.
The four Arab nations also blocked their airspace and seaports to Qatar, while Saudi Arabia also cut off its only land border.
But the Humboldt inlet,which skirts the historic seaport of Eureka, isn’t nearly as developed.
The deal comes amid a surge in online retail commerce and growing cargo traffic that passes through South Florida’s seaports and airports.
Turki al-Maliki, said the coalition plan was to take control of the airport, seaport and the route leading to the capital, Sana, but not to engage in urban warfare.
Boston already allows companies like Aptiv and Optimus Ride to test at its seaport, and so already has an agreement with the state’s Department of Transportation.
At ports in Georgia including the Port of Savannah, one of the top seaports on the U.S. East Coast, container volume in May reached 361,029 TEUs, the second-highest volume in a single month in the port’s history.
The city was once a key seaport in the slave trade, a location where some 40 percent of enslaved people first set foot on American soil.
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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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