Definition of Berth:
A fixed bed or bunk on a ship, train, or other means of transport.
A ships allotted place at a wharf or dock.
(often in a sports context) a situation or position in an organization or event.
Moor (a ship) in its allotted place.
(of a passenger ship) provide a sleeping place for (someone).
Place on board a ship or train where a passenger can sleep.
Place in a harbor beside a quay, pier, or wharf, where a boat can be moored for loading and discharging cargo or passengers.
Synonyms of Berth
Abide, Accommodations, Anchor, Anchorage, Anchorage ground, Appointment, Basin, Bed, Billet, Breakwater, Bulkhead, Bunk, Cohabit, Connection, Diggings, Digs, Dock, Dockage, Dockyard, Domicile, Domiciliate, Doss down, Dry dock, Dwell, Embankment, Employment, Engagement, Gig, Groin, Hang out, Harbor, Harborage, Haven, Hook, House, Housing, Incumbency, Inhabit, Jetty, Job, Jutty, Landing, Landing place, Landing stage, Levee, Live, Living quarters, Lob, Lodge, Lodging, Lodgings, Lodgment, Marina, Mole, Moonlighting, Mooring, Mooring buoy, Moorings, Mudhook, Nest, Occupy, Office, Opening, Perch, Pier, Place, Port, Position, Post, Protected anchorage, Put up, Quarter, Quarters, Quay, Remain, Reside, Road, Roads, Roadstead, Room, Rooms, Roost, Seaport, Seawall, Second job, Service, Shelter, Shipyard, Situation, Sleeping place, Slip, Spot, Squat, Stable, Station, Stay, Tenant, Tenure, Vacancy, Wharf, Accommodate, Sleep, Provide beds for, Put up, House, Shelter, Lodge, Moor, Berth, Harbour, Be at anchor, Tie up, Docking site, Anchorage, Mooring, Bunk, Bed, Bunk bed, Cot, Couch, Hammock
How to use Berth in a sentence?
- The vessel had left its berth.
- Many of the passengers were berthed in the aircraft hangars, and although the hangar doors had been welded shut to give them some security, nothing could be done in a tempest like this to make anyone feel safe.
- These modern ships can almost berth themselves.
- Ill sleep in the upper berth.
Meaning of Berth & Berth Definition