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aport

[uh-pawrt, uh-pohrt] /əˈpɔrt, əˈpoʊrt/
adverb, Nautical
1.
on or toward the port side.
Origin
1620-1630
1620-30; a-1 + port2
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  • Combustion air enters the primary chamber through aport.
  • The rider was held in place by a rigid arm, which projects through aport in the side of the vacuum chamber.
  • The ground test simulator simulated here is a mockup of aport engine nacelle.
British Dictionary definitions for aport

aport

/əˈpɔːt/
adverb, adjective (postpositive)
1.
(nautical) on or towards the port side: with the helm aport
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