¿Sabías que...?: La raíz de agricultura proviene del Griego agros-. Encuentra el significado del prefijo agri-.
berth / camarote
 
berth   [bɜ:θ]
A. -noun
1. (on ship, train)
(=cabin)   camarote (m)
(=bunk)   litera (f)
2. (nautical)   (at wharf)   amarradero (m)   (in marina etcetera)   punto (m) de atraque
a. to give somebody a wide berth   evitar el encuentro con somebody, someone
B. -intransitive verb   (nautical)   atracar
C. -transitive verb   (nautical)   atracar
 
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