A structure, such as for example a pier, that projects into a body of liquid to affect current or wave or even to protect a harbor or shoreline from storms or erosion.
A structure of timber or rock extended in to the sea to influence the existing or wave, or even protect a harbor or beach.
A wharf or dock extending through the coast.
part of a building that jets or projects beyond the rest, and overhangs the wall surface below.
A part of a building that jets or projects beyond the rest, and overhangs the wall surface below.
A wharf or pier expanding from the coast.
A structure of wood or rock extended to the sea to affect the existing or tide, or even to protect a harbor; a mole.
A projecting part of a building, specifically a part that projects to be able to overhang the wall here, given that top tale of a timber household, a bay-window, etc. See herb under jetty, intransitive verb
A projection of rock, brick, timber, or other material (but generally speaking formed of piles), affording a convenient location for landing from and discharging vessels or boats, or providing as a protection up against the encroachment or assault associated with the waves; also, a pier of stone or any other product projecting from the lender of a stream obliquely to its course, for the intended purpose of directing current upon an obstruction become eliminated, as a bed of sand or gravel, or to deflect it from a bank which it has a tendency to weaken.
a protective construction of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the liquid to prevent a beach from cleansing away