Definition of landing stage in English:

landing stage

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noun

chiefly British
A platform, typically a floating one, on to which passengers from a boat disembark or cargo is unloaded.
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  • However Bradford on Avon town council was this week positive about the plans, and believe the change of use of a platform behind St Margaret's Hall to a landing stage for boats and evening storage would be beneficial to the town.
  • The boat bumped alongside the landing stage near Shalimar Station.
  • A stone's throw from the hotel is a small landing stage and a tiny boat for six people.

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