English to Telugu Meaning :: quay

గట్టు, హార్బర్
Quay :
గట్టు
- గట్టుక్వేస్
 

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Noun(1) wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline

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(1) He was certainly a member of the merchant gild by 1385, when he was also renting from the gild a room on the common quay .(2) The stone edge of the quay is still to be seen, and it doesn't take a huge leap of imagination to picture it as it was a century ago.(3) It is a source of pride to see the Celtic Explorer alongside the quay in her home port of Galway.(4) Within an hour, a huge crowd had gathered to watch it enter the new harbour and berth at the quay .(5) Canary Wharf was its central quay , the bustling, prosperous heart of a colonial trading empire on which the sun never set.(6) As he examined the excellent facilities and looked out over the rough waters along the quays yesterday, he vowed to remain champion.(7) They may be viewed as appendages of large ports, geographically detached representatives of the sixth era, that of ÔÇÿspecialised quayage ÔÇÖ.(8) There are some high quality office spaces available at present, particularly along the quays and docklands area.(9) The men created a world of their own on the docks, levees, plantation landings, city quays , and steamboat decks of the Mississippi River economy.(10) It is also no surprise that Waterford quays became known as the ÔÇÿnoblest quay in EuropeÔÇÖ at that time.(11) In Istanbul, too, there was the problem of privately owned areas that had to be expropriated to make way for the new docks and quays .(12) Originally they were quays with small jetties built out to serve shipping.(13) The granary is an old 19th century grainstore, six storeys high, fronting onto the river Suir whose quays were once crowded with sailing ships.(14) Harbour facilities, such as timber quays , jetties and revetments were recorded at many of the ports.(15) Southgate probably represents an area of riverfront settlement providing quayage for boats without them having to travel further upriver to Fybridge.(16) London was a port and a sequence of waterfronts, quays , and warehouses developed along the north bank of the Thames.
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Noun
1. wharf ::
రేవుల
2. pier ::
పీర్
3. jetty ::
జట్టి
4. landing stage ::
ల్యాండింగ్ దశలో
5. berth ::
బెర్త్
6. marina ::
సాగర
7. dock ::
డాక్
8. harbor ::
నౌకాశ్రయం
9. harborside ::
నౌకాశ్రయం
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quay, quays
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