Definition of dockyard in English:

dockyard

Syllabification: dock·yard
Pronunciation: /ˈdäkˌyärd
 
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noun

An area or establishment with docks and equipment for repairing and maintaining ships.
More example sentences
  • When Henry VIII founded a dockyard for building ships in Deptford, the area became renowned across the shipping industry.
  • Portsmouth is a great port to sail from on an evening, with excellent views from the deck of the naval ships and dockyards.
  • It was known to be an unsound ship at the dockyard, but the king refused to recall the voyage.

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