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Dockland

ˈdɒk.lænd

Meanings of Dockland:

noun

The area containing a city's docks.

Usage examples:

An old fishing village just west of dockland

Meanings of Docklands:

noun

The area containing a city's docks.

Usage examples:

An old fishing village just west of dockland

Meanings of Docks:

noun

An enclosed area of water in a port for the loading, unloading, and repair of ships.

Usage examples:

The boat nosed up to a dock
verb

(of a ship) come into a dock and tie up at a wharf.

Usage examples:

The ship docked at southampton
phrase

A group of these areas of water in a port and the buildings around them

Usage examples:

The strike has led to the cancellation of some ferry services and left hundreds of passengers stran…

Dockside

ˈdɒk.saɪd

Meanings of Dockside:

noun

The area immediately adjacent to a dock.

Usage examples:

The dockside was the busiest place ruth had ever seen

Docksides

ˈdɒk.saɪd

Meanings of Docksides:

noun

The area immediately adjacent to a dock.

Usage examples:

The dockside was the busiest place ruth had ever seen

Meanings of Dockworker:

noun

A person employed in a port to load and unload ships; a docker.

Usage examples:

Most of the dock workers were casual contractors

Dockyard

ˈdɒkjɑːd

Meanings of Dockyard:

noun

An area with docks and equipment for repairing and maintaining ships.

Usage examples:

When henry viii founded a dockyard for building ships in deptford, the area became renowned across …

Dockyards

ˈdɒk.jɑːd

Meanings of Dockyards:

noun

An area with docks and equipment for repairing and maintaining ships.

Usage examples:

When henry viii founded a dockyard for building ships in deptford, the area became renowned across …

Doctor

ˈdɒk.tər

Meanings of Doctor:

noun

A person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.

Usage examples:

Doctor thornhill
verb

Change the content or appearance of (a document or picture) in order to deceive; falsify.

Usage examples:

The reports could have been doctored

Doctor-of-medicine

ˌdɒk.tər əv ˈmed.ɪ.sən

Meanings of Doctor-of-medicine:

noun

In the united states, a person who has a degree that allows them to work as a doctor, or the degree that this person has

Usage examples:

Dr hoch is a doctor of medicine and a research clinician., he received the degree of doctor of medi…

Doctoral

ˈdɒk.tər.əl

Meanings of Doctoral:

adjective

Relating to or designed to achieve a doctorate.

Usage examples:

A doctoral thesis

Meanings of Doctorate:

noun

The highest degree awarded by a university faculty or other approved educational organization.

Usage examples:

A doctorate in art history

Meanings of Doctorates:

noun

The highest degree awarded by a university faculty or other approved educational organization.

Usage examples:

A doctorate in art history

Meanings of Doctored:

verb

Change the content or appearance of (a document or picture) in order to deceive; falsify.

Usage examples:

The reports could have been doctored
noun

A person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.

Usage examples:

I'll make him go and see the doctor

Doctoring

ˈdɒk.tər

Meanings of Doctoring:

noun

The action of changing the content or appearance of a document or picture in order to deceive; falsification.

Usage examples:

The doctoring was discovered after the newspaper noticed that several civilians appeared twice in t…
verb

Change the content or appearance of (a document or picture) in order to deceive; falsify.

Usage examples:

The reports could have been doctored

Doctors

ˈdɒk.tər

Meanings of Doctors:

noun

A person who is qualified to treat people who are ill.

Usage examples:

Doctor thornhill
verb

Change the content or appearance of (a document or picture) in order to deceive; falsify.

Usage examples:

The reports could have been doctored

Doctrinaire

ˌdɒk.trɪˈneər

Meanings of Doctrinaire:

adjective

Seeking to impose a doctrine in all circumstances without regard to practical considerations.

Usage examples:

The administration's doctrinaire economic policy
noun

A doctrinaire person.

Usage examples:

His biographer has rightly called him a ‘southern nationalist’ and the ‘last of the doctrinaires of…

Doctrinal

dɒkˈtraɪ.nəl

Meanings of Doctrinal:

adjective

Concerned with a doctrine or doctrines.

Usage examples:

Doctrinal disputes

Doctrinally

dɒkˈtraɪ.nəl.i

Meanings of Doctrinally:

adverb

In a way that relates to doctrine (= a belief or set of beliefs that are taught and accepted by a particular group)

Usage examples:

Other people in the party were more doctrinally committed than she was., church leaders often acted…

Doctrine

ˈdɒktrɪn

Meanings of Doctrine:

noun

A belief or set of beliefs held and taught by a church, political party, or other group.

Usage examples:

The doctrine of predestination

Doctrines

ˈdɒktrɪn

Meanings of Doctrines:

noun

A belief or set of beliefs held and taught by a church, political party, or other group.

Usage examples:

The doctrine of predestination

Docudrama

ˈdɒk.juˌdrɑː.mə

Meanings of Docudrama:

noun

A dramatized television film based on real events.

Usage examples:

A convoluted docudrama

Docudramas

ˈdɒk.juˌdrɑː.mə

Meanings of Docudramas:

noun

A dramatized television film based on real events.

Usage examples:

A convoluted docudrama

Meanings of Document:

noun

A piece of written, printed, or electronic matter that provides information or evidence or that serves as an official record.

Usage examples:

The site provides access to official documents and reports, but not any political analysis.
verb

Record (something) in written, photographic, or other form.

Usage examples:

The photographer spent years documenting the lives of miners

Meanings of Documentalist:

noun

A person engaged in keeping records and providing information.

Usage examples:

The official documentalist of the british olympic team

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