|platform used as a wharf||landing stage|
|(British) dock, wharf alongside a waterway, waterside platform||quay|
|(Nautical) space assigned to a ship in a port or at a wharf; act of bringing a ship to a berth||berthing|
|act of coming to the ground, arrival on land, arriving on the ground; setting on the ground; climbing onto the shore; platform between flights of stairs; dock, level area between stairs, place for loading or unloading||landing|
|act of putting into a place; location or platform for a gun or weapons battery (Military), position for large weaponry, positioning of something||emplacement|
|act of standing, act of standing; halt; position; stance, point of view; defensive effort; raised platform; kiosk which sells or distributes items; taxi station; piece of furniture on which items are stored or displayed; seat for witnesses during a cou...||stand|
|act or process of moving from one country to another, immigration; wandering; seasonal relocation of birds or other animals in groups; moving from one platform or operating system to another (Computers), movement from one place to another, movement of ...||migration|
|aircraft device controlling climb and descent, aircraft platform on carrier, grain elevator, grain storehouse, hoisting machine, mechanical apparatus for moving people or items from floor to floor within a building, muscle that lifts part of the body, ...||elevator|
|airstrip, strip of pavement on which airplanes take off and land, chute for logs, extension of stage into audience, platform used in fashion shows, strip for aircraft landings and takeoffs, track||runway|
|altar platform, decorated base of altarpiece||predella|
|animal enclosure, barred enclosure; prison; elevator, basket, elevator platform, enclose in a cage; place in a cage, enclosing or protecting wire-mesh structure, hockey goal, put in confining conditions, put person or animal in cage, screen to stop bal...||cage|
|bar or railing which acts as a guard or support for the hand (along a platform or stairs), rail for holding onto||handrail|
|bench; platform within a trench (for soldiers), raised buffet shelf, raised step for gunner, sidewalk, Southern U.S., upholstered bench||banquette|
|board for drying ceramics, clay-working tool, gilding tool, makeshift bed, palette, platform for loads, regulating lever in a timepiece, straw mattress, straw-filled mattress; hard and simple bed; platform used to stack items during moving or storage; ...||pallet|
|box for soap, improvised platform or crate from which an informal speech is delivered; box in which soap is packed, platform for speaking, speak unofficially||soapbox|
|break something into flakes, cocaine, cover something with flakes, fake, form into flakes and fall off, odd person, peel; chip; come off in small pieces; form into flakes; cover with flakes, platform for drying fish, small flat piece, small manufacture...||flake|
|breakwater, bridge support, column projecting from wall, landing for ships, wharf; support beam, pillar; dock, platform, seaside structure, vertical structural support, wall between adjacent doors, wall reinforcement||pier|
|bridge with moving platform||transporter bridge|
|bumper car, small electrically powered vehicle driven on a special platform where there are many others to be dodged||dodgem|
|center of Roman amphitheater, ring, platform, stage, open area (used for sports and entertainment), scene of activity, stadium||arena|
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