Word: anchors

Category: anchors

News, Business & Industrial, Arts & Entertainment

Related words: anchors

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Synonyms: anchors

mainstay, cornerstone, linchpin, bulwark, foundation, presenter, announcer, anchorman, anchorwoman, broadcaster, lynchpin, keystone, backbone, ground tackle, anchorperson

Translations: anchors

spanish
anclas, anclajes, anclajes de, los anclajes, las anclas


german
ankert

french
ancre

italian
ancoraggi, ancore, tasselli, ancoranti, ancoraggio

portuguese
âncoras, âncoras de, ancoragens, escoras, as âncoras

dutch
ankers, pluggen, anker, verankeringen, de ankers

russian
анкеры, якоря, якорей, анкера, анкеров

norwegian
ankere, anker, ankrene, ankre

swedish
ankare, ankarna, förankringar, ankrar

finnish
ankkurit, ankkureita, ankkureiden, ankkurien, ankkuria

danish
ankre, ankrene, anker, forankringer

czech
kotvy, kotev, hmoždinky, kotvení, ukotvení

polish
kotwice, Kotwy, Łączniki, kotwic, kotew

hungarian
horgonyok, horgony, csapok, rögzítőelemek, rögzítő dübelek

turkish
çapa, Çapalar, Anchors, ankraj, ankrajlar

greek
άγκυρες, αγκύρια, αγκυρών, αγκυρώσεις, αγκυρίων

ukrainian
анкери

albanian
ankorave, spiranca, spirancat, ankora

bulgarian
анкери, котви, котвите, закотвящи приспособления

belarusian
анкеры

estonian
ankrud, ankruid, ankrute, ankur, ankrut

croatian
sidra, sidara, sidrišta, učvršćenja, sidrenje

icelandic
akkeri, akkera, akkera sem, akkerin

lithuanian
inkarai, inkarų, ankeriai, inkarus

latvian
enkuri, enkurus, enkurstiegras, enkuriem

macedonian
сидра, анкери, водители, сидро

romanian
ancore, ancorele, ancore de, ancorelor, dibluri

slovenian
sidra, sider, sidri, sidro, sidra z

slovak
kotvy, kotiev

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The meaning and "use of": anchors

noun
  • a heavy object attached to a rope or chain and used to moor a vessel to the sea bottom, typically one having a metal shank with a ring at one end for the rope and a pair of curved and/or barbed flukes at the other.
  • an anchorman or anchorwoman, especially in broadcasting or athletics.

verb
  • moor (a ship) to the sea bottom with an anchor.
  • act as an anchor for (a television program or sporting event).

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