port of entry definition

  • noun:
    • someplace where travelers or goods may enter or keep a country under official supervision.
    • a harbor where a customhouse is established for legal entry of merchandise.
    • a port in america in which customs officials tend to be stationed to oversee the entry and exit of people and product

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