berthing definition

  • verb:
    • Present participle of berth.
    • Present participle of berth.
  • noun:
    • The planking away from a vessel, over the absolute strake.
    • an example of a ship becoming brought to sleep at some docking facility.
    • A berth, specially figuratively, someplace to fall asleep.
    • The planking beyond a vessel, above the absolute strake.
    • The arrangement of berths in a ship; the berths collectively.
    • The planking away from a vessel, above the absolute strake.
    • The exterior planking of a ship's side over the sheer-strake, designated once the berthing regarding the quarter-deck, of this poop, or regarding the forecastle, since the situation are; the bulwark.
    • An instance of a ship becoming taken to sleep at some docking center.
    • The rising or working up of this planks of a ship's side.
    • A berth, especially figuratively, a place to fall asleep.
    • The planking beyond a vessel, above the sheer strake.
    • The arrangement of berths in a ship; the berths collectively.
    • The exterior planking of a ship's side above the sheer-strake, designated as the berthing of the quarter-deck, of the poop, or of the forecastle, as the case may be; the bulwark.
    • The rising or working up of planks of a ship's part.

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