Synonyms of "berth""berth" in a sentence
- Noun: berth burth
Verb: berth burth
- A job in an organization
- position, post, office, spot, billet, place, situation
- A place where a craft can be made fast
- mooring, moorage, slip
- A bed on a ship or train; usually in tiers
- bunk, built in bed
- Provide with a berth
- Secure in or as if in a berth or dock
- moor, tie up
- Come into or dock at a wharf
- moor, wharf
Sounds like: birth
Derived forms: berthed, berths, berthing
Type of: anchorage, anchorage ground, bed, business, dock, fasten, fix, furnish, job, line, line of work, occupation, provide, render, secure, supply
- There's a nice berth all made up for you.
- They rooked me ￡ 10 for my berth.
- I took berlin's advice and gave bowra a wide berth.
- The ship shifted its berth.
- berths on steamships can be booked a long while in advance.
- In a berth dredged in the harbour she lay for a month.
- He is so boring that i always try to give him a wide berth at parties.
- They have a site ready on a nearby beach where the duke's boat will berth on arrival.
- Ive heard of it .-where does it make berth
- -ive heard of it .-where does it make berth
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