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  • 1 porter

    I noun
    (Brit.): (doorman) Pförtner, der; (of hotel etc.) Portier, der
    II noun
    1) (luggage-handler) [Gepäck]träger, der/-trägerin, die; (in hotel) Hausdiener, der
    2) (Amer., Ir./Hist.): (beer) Porter, der od. das
    * * *
    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) der Gepäckträger
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) der Träger
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) der Portier
    * * *
    por·ter1
    [ˈpɔ:təʳ, AM ˈpɔ:rt̬ɚ]
    n
    1. (baggage-carrier) Gepäckträger m; (on expedition) Träger m
    2. no pl (beer) Porter nt
    por·ter2
    [ˈpɔ:təʳ, AM ˈpɔ:rt̬ɚ]
    n
    1. esp BRIT (doorkeeper) Portier, Portiersfrau m, f, SCHWEIZ a. Concierge m o f
    the college \porter der Pförtner/die Pförtnerin des College[s]
    hall/night \porter Empfangs-/Nachtportier m
    hotel \porter Hotelportier m
    \porter's lodge Pförtnerloge f
    2. AM RAIL (on sleeping car) [Schlafwagen]schaffner(in) m(f)
    * * *
    I ['pɔːtə(r)]
    n
    (of office etc) Pförtner(in) m(f), Portier m, Portiersfrau f; (= hospital porter) Assistent(in) m(f); (at hotel) Portier m, Portiersfrau f; (RAIL, at airport) Gepäckträger(in) m(f); (= Sherpa etc) (Lasten)träger(in) m(f); (US RAIL) Schlafwagenschaffner(in) m(f) II
    n
    (= beer) Porter m or nt
    * * *
    porter1 [ˈpɔː(r)tə(r); US auch ˈpəʊr-] s besonders Br
    a) Pförtner m:
    porter’s lodge Pförtnerloge f
    b) Portier m
    porter2 [ˈpɔː(r)tə(r); US auch ˈpəʊr-] s
    1. (Gepäck)Träger m
    2. BAHN US (Salon- oder Schlafwagen)Schaffner(in)
    porter3 [ˈpɔː(r)tə(r); US auch ˈpəʊr-] s Porter m, auch n (dunkles, starkes Bier)
    * * *
    I noun
    (Brit.): (doorman) Pförtner, der; (of hotel etc.) Portier, der
    II noun
    1) (luggage-handler) [Gepäck]träger, der/-trägerin, die; (in hotel) Hausdiener, der
    2) (Amer., Ir./Hist.): (beer) Porter, der od. das
    * * *
    n.
    Gepäckträger m.
    Pförtner - m.
    Portier -s m.
    Träger - m.

    English-german dictionary > porter

  • 2 porter

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    [English Word] employ someone as a porter
    [Swahili Word] -pagaza
    [Part of Speech] verb
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    [English Word] porter
    [English Plural] porters
    [Swahili Word] bawabu
    [Swahili Plural] mabawabu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6an
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    [English Word] porter
    [English Plural] porters
    [Swahili Word] hamali
    [Swahili Plural] mahamali
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6an
    [Derived Word] himila, himili, mhimili, stahimilivu, ustahimilivu
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    [English Word] porter
    [English Plural] porters
    [Swahili Word] kipa
    [Swahili Plural] makipa
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6an
    [Derived Language] English
    [Derived Word] keeper
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    [English Word] porter
    [English Plural] porters
    [Swahili Word] mchukuzi
    [Swahili Plural] wachukuzi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] -chukua V
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    [English Word] porter
    [English Plural] porters
    [Swahili Word] mletaji
    [Swahili Plural] waletaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] leta V
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    [English Word] porter
    [English Plural] porters
    [Swahili Word] mpagazi
    [Swahili Plural] wapagazi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] pagaa V
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    [English Word] porter's work
    [Swahili Word] upagazi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 11
    [Derived Word] pagaa v
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    [English Word] work of a porter
    [Swahili Word] upagazi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    English-Swahili dictionary > porter

  • 3 porter

    ['pɔːtə(r)]
    1) (in station, airport, hotel) facchino m. (-a); (in hospital) portantino m. (-a); (in market) scaricatore m. (-trice)
    2) BE (at entrance) (of hotel) portiere m. (-a); (of apartment block) portinaio m. (-a); (of school) custode m. e f.
    3) AE ferr. (steward) cuccettista m. e f.
    * * *
    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) facchino
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) bortabagagli
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) portiere
    * * *
    porter (1) /ˈpɔ:tə(r)/
    n.
    1 facchino; portabagagli
    2 (ferr., USA) cameriere, inserviente ( di vagone letto, ecc.)
    ● ( un tempo) porter's knot, cuscinetto usato dai facchini per portar pesi sulle spalle.
    porter (2) /ˈpɔ:tə(r)/
    n.
    portinaio; portiere ( di scuola, d'albergo, di condominio, ecc.)
    porter's desk, portineria ( in un albergo) □ porter's lodge, alloggio del portiere; portineria ( casetta).
    porter (3) /ˈpɔ:tə(r)/
    n. [uc]
    ● (arc. o USA) porter-house, birreria; osteria; trattoria.
    * * *
    ['pɔːtə(r)]
    1) (in station, airport, hotel) facchino m. (-a); (in hospital) portantino m. (-a); (in market) scaricatore m. (-trice)
    2) BE (at entrance) (of hotel) portiere m. (-a); (of apartment block) portinaio m. (-a); (of school) custode m. e f.
    3) AE ferr. (steward) cuccettista m. e f.

    English-Italian dictionary > porter

  • 4 porter

    'po:tə
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) mozo de equipajes, maletero
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) cargador
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) portero
    porter n mozo / maletero
    tr['pɔːtəSMALLr/SMALL]
    1 (in hotel, block of flats) portero,-a; (in public building, school) conserje nombre masculino; (in hospital) camillero
    2 (at station, airport) mozo, maletero
    3 SMALLAMERICAN ENGLISH/SMALL mozo de los coches-cama
    porter ['port̬ər] n
    : maletero m, mozo m (de estación)
    n.
    mozo (Maletero) s.m.
    n.
    cargador s.m.
    cerveza oscura s.f.
    conserje s.m.
    factor s.m.
    faquín s.m.
    mozo de servicio o de estación s.m.
    portero s.m.
    'pɔːrtər, 'pɔːtə(r)
    1) (at station, airport) maletero m, mozo m, changador m (RPl); ( on expedition) porteador m; ( in hospital) (BrE) camillero m
    2)
    a) (in hotel, apartment block) portero m
    b) (AmE Rail) ( sleeping-car attendant) mozo m, camarero m (CS)
    ['pɔːtǝ(r)]
    1. N
    1) (Rail, Aer) maletero m, mozo m de cuerda or de estación, changador m (S. Cone); (US) (Rail) mozo m de los coches-cama, camarero m (LAm); (touting for custom) mozo m de cuerda
    2) (Brit) [of hotel, office etc] portero(-a) m / f
    3) (=Sherpa) porteador m
    4) (in hospital) camillero(-a) m / f
    5) (=beer) cerveza f negra
    2.
    CPD

    porter's lodge Nportería f, conserjería f

    * * *
    ['pɔːrtər, 'pɔːtə(r)]
    1) (at station, airport) maletero m, mozo m, changador m (RPl); ( on expedition) porteador m; ( in hospital) (BrE) camillero m
    2)
    a) (in hotel, apartment block) portero m
    b) (AmE Rail) ( sleeping-car attendant) mozo m, camarero m (CS)

    English-spanish dictionary > porter

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    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > porter

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    [̈ɪˈpɔ:tə]
    porter носильщик; грузчик; porter's knot наплечная подушка грузчика porter портер (черное пиво) porter привратник, швейцар porter амер. проводник (спального вагона) porter носильщик; грузчик; porter's knot наплечная подушка грузчика

    English-Russian short dictionary > porter

  • 7 porter

    ̈ɪˈpɔ:tə I сущ.
    1) привратник, швейцар Syn: door-keeper, doorkeeper
    2) сторожевой пес II сущ.
    1) носильщик;
    грузчик;
    перевозчик porter's knot ≈ наплечная подушка грузчика hospital porter ≈ санитар
    2) амер. проводник( спального вагона) III сущ. портер (черное пиво) швейцар, привратник - *'s lodge домик привратника (университетское) дежурный при входе в колледж( в Кембридже и др.) носильщик (особ. в гостинице, на вокзале) ;
    грузчик - *'s knot наплечная подушка носильщика (американизм) проводник (спального вагона) уборщик или подсобный рабочий( в учреждении, ресторане и т. п.) портер (черное пиво;
    тж. *'s ale, * beer) porter носильщик;
    грузчик;
    porter's knot наплечная подушка грузчика ~ портер (черное пиво) ~ привратник, швейцар ~ амер. проводник (спального вагона) porter носильщик;
    грузчик;
    porter's knot наплечная подушка грузчика

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > porter

  • 8 porter

    por·ter
    1. por·ter [ʼpɔ:təʳ, Am ʼpɔ:rt̬ɚ] n
    1) ( baggage-carrier) Gepäckträger m; ( on expedition) Träger m
    2) no pl ( beer) Porter nt
    2. por·ter [ʼpɔ:təʳ, Am ʼpɔ:rt̬ɚ] n
    1) ( esp Brit) ( doorkeeper) Portier, Portiersfrau m, f;
    the college \porter der Pförtner/die Pförtnerin des College[s];
    hall/night \porter Empfangs-/Nachtportier m;
    hotel \porter Hotelportier m;
    \porter's lodge Pförtnerloge f
    2) (Am) rail ( on sleeping car) [Schlafwagen]schaffner(in) m(f)

    English-German students dictionary > porter

  • 9 porter

    1. n швейцар, привратник
    2. n унив. дежурный при входе в колледж
    3. n носильщик; грузчик
    4. n амер. проводник
    5. n уборщик или подсобный рабочий
    6. n портер
    Синонимический ряд:
    1. bearer (noun) bearer; carrier; drogher
    2. custodian (noun) caretaker; custodian; janitor; keeper; superintendent; watchman

    English-Russian base dictionary > porter

  • 10 porter

    porter [ˊpɔ:tə] n
    привра́тник, швейца́р
    porter [ˊpɔ:tə] n
    1) носи́льщик; гру́зчик;

    porter's knot напле́чная поду́шка гру́зчика

    2) амер. проводни́к ( спального вагона)
    porter [ˊpɔ:tə] n
    по́ртер ( чёрное пиво)

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера > porter

  • 11 porter

    I [ʹpɔ:tə] n
    1) швейцар, привратник
    2) унив. дежурный при входе в колледж (в Кембридже и др.)
    II [ʹpɔ:tə] n
    1. носильщик (особ. в гостинице, на вокзале); грузчик
    2. амер. проводник ( спального вагона)
    3. уборщик или подсобный рабочий (в учреждении, ресторане и т. п.)
    II [ʹpɔ:tə] n
    портер ( чёрное пиво; тж. porter's ale, porter('s) beer)

    НБАРС > porter

  • 12 porter

    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) drager
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) bærer
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) dørvogter; portør
    * * *
    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) drager
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) bærer
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) dørvogter; portør

    English-Danish dictionary > porter

  • 13 porter

    {'рɔ:tə}
    I. n портиер, вратар
    II. 1. носач, хамалин
    2. ам. служещ в спален вагон
    3. черна бира, портер
    * * *
    {'ръ:tъ} n портиер, вратар.(2) {'ръ:tъ} n 1. носач, хамалин; 2. ам. служещ в спален вагон
    * * *
    портиер; преносвач; вратар; носач;
    * * *
    1. i. n портиер, вратар 2. ii. носач, хамалин 3. ам. служещ в спален вагон 4. черна бира, портер
    * * *
    porter [´pɔ:tə] I. n вратар, портиер; II. porter n 1. носач, преносвач (особ. в хотел, влак); \porter's knot възглавничка за рамото (на хамалин); 2. ам. прислужник в спален вагон; III. porter n портер, вид силна черна бира.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > porter

  • 14 porter

    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) nosač
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) nosač
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) vratar, receptor
    * * *
    [pɔ:tə]
    noun
    nosač; American strežnik v spalniku; British English portir, vratar; British English porter, črno pivo
    porter's knot — oprta, obramnica (za nosače)

    English-Slovenian dictionary > porter

  • 15 porter

    s.
    1 mozo de equipaje (at station); portero(a), conserje (at hotel) (especialmente británico); celador(ora) (in hospital)
    2 maletero, mozo de cuerda, mozo de estación, porteador.
    3 empleado de limpieza, portero.
    4 Porter, nombre propio.
    5 portero de una escuela, bedel.
    6 cerveza negra porter, cerveza porter.
    7 persona encargada de la puerta, portero.
    8 camillero.
    9 asistente del coche dormitorio, mozo de los cochecamas, camarero, porter.

    Nuevo Diccionario Inglés-Español > porter

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    'po:tə
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) bærer
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) bærer
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) dørvakt, portner
    portier
    I
    subst. \/ˈpɔːtə\/
    1) dørvakt, portvakt
    2) vaktmester, portner
    II
    subst. \/ˈpɔːtə\/
    1) bærer, bud, hotelltjener, stasjonsbetjent (på jernbanestasjon), portør (på sykehus)
    2) (amer.) sovevognskonduktør
    3) havnearbeider
    III
    subst. \/ˈpɔːtə\/
    porter (mørkebrun bitter ølsort laget av malt som er brunet ved tørking ved høy temperatur)

    English-Norwegian dictionary > porter

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    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) carregador
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) carregador
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) porteiro
    * * *
    por.ter1
    [p'ɔ:tə] n Brit porteiro.
    ————————
    por.ter2
    [p'ɔ:tə] n 1 portador. 2 carregador. 3 Amer cabineiro de vagão-dormitório. 4 Amer faxineiro (de hospital ou escritório). 5 (também porter’s ale) tipo de cerveja preta, muito forte. 6 Tech carregador sobre rodas.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > porter

  • 18 Porter

    ['pɔːtə(r)]
    1) (in station, airport, hotel) facchino m. (-a); (in hospital) portantino m. (-a); (in market) scaricatore m. (-trice)
    2) BE (at entrance) (of hotel) portiere m. (-a); (of apartment block) portinaio m. (-a); (of school) custode m. e f.
    3) AE ferr. (steward) cuccettista m. e f.
    * * *
    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) facchino
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) bortabagagli
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) portiere
    * * *
    (Surnames) Porter /ˈpɔ:tə(r)/
    * * *
    ['pɔːtə(r)]
    1) (in station, airport, hotel) facchino m. (-a); (in hospital) portantino m. (-a); (in market) scaricatore m. (-trice)
    2) BE (at entrance) (of hotel) portiere m. (-a); (of apartment block) portinaio m. (-a); (of school) custode m. e f.
    3) AE ferr. (steward) cuccettista m. e f.

    English-Italian dictionary > Porter

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    ['pɔːtə]
    1) Общая лексика: грузчик, носильщик, привратник, проводник (спального вагона), чёрное пиво, швейцар, носильщик (особ. в гостинице, на вокзале), портер (черное пиво, тж. porter's ale, porter's), портер (чёрное пиво)
    2) Лесоводство: форвардер (трактор, перевозящий древесину в полностью погружённом положении)
    4) Университет: дежурный при входе в колледж (в Кембридже и др.)
    5) Путешествия: портье
    6) Безопасность: вахтёр

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > porter

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    ['po:tə]
    1) (a person whose job is to carry luggage in a railway station etc: The old lady could not find a porter to carry her suitcase from the train.) burðarmaður
    2) (a person whose job is to carry things eg in rough country where there is no other form of transport: He set off into the jungle with three porters.) burðarmaður
    3) (a doorman or attendant in a hotel etc: a hospital porter.) dyravörður

    English-Icelandic dictionary > porter

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  • Porter — Por ter, n. [F. porteur, fr. porter to carry, L. portare. See {Port} to carry.] 1. A carrier; one who carries or conveys burdens, luggage, etc.; for hire. [1913 Webster] 2. (Forging) A bar of iron or steel at the end of which a forging is made;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • porter — por‧ter [ˈpɔːtə ǁ ˈpɔːrtər] noun [countable] JOBS TRAVEL 1. someone whose job is to carry people s bags, for example at railway stations, airports etc 2. someone whose job is to help guests arriving at a hotel * * * porter UK US /ˈpɔːtər/ noun… …   Financial and business terms

  • Porter, IN — U.S. town in Indiana Population (2000): 4972 Housing Units (2000): 1966 Land area (2000): 6.303586 sq. miles (16.326212 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.304992 sq. miles (0.789925 sq. km) Total area (2000): 6.608578 sq. miles (17.116137 sq. km) FIPS… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Porter, MN — U.S. city in Minnesota Population (2000): 190 Housing Units (2000): 98 Land area (2000): 2.228835 sq. miles (5.772657 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.007818 sq. miles (0.020249 sq. km) Total area (2000): 2.236653 sq. miles (5.792906 sq. km) FIPS… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

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