Synonyms of dock in English:

dock1

noun

  • his boat was moored at the end of the dock
  • verb

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  • the ship docked and began debarking troops
    [Antonyms] put to sea
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    Synonyms of dock in English:

    dock2

    verb

  • 1 they enforce payment by docking money from the father's salary
    deduct, subtract, remove, debit, discount, take off, take away
    informal knock off, minus
    [Antonyms] add
  • 2 workers had their pay docked by three quarters
    reduce, cut, cut back, decrease, lessen, diminish
    [Antonyms] increase
  • 3 the dog's tail is docked close to the body
    cut off, cut short, shorten, crop, lop, prune, truncate; remove, amputate, detach, disconnect, sever, hack off, chop off, take off
    rare dissever
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