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Oxford dictionary definition of the word dock:
an enclosed area of water in a port for the loading, unloading, and repair of ships:
the boat nosed up to a dock
the tanker was coming into dock
(docks) a group of docks along with wharves and associated buildings.
short for dry dock.
North American a jetty or pier where a ship may moor.
(also loading dock) a platform for loading lorries or goods trains.
(of a ship) come into a dock and tie up at a wharf:
the ship docked at Southampton
[with object] bring (a ship or boat) into a dock:
the yard where the boats were docked and maintained
(of a spacecraft) join with a space station or another spacecraft in space:
most spaceships docked at the orbital transit station
the module was scheduled for docking in March
attach (a piece of equipment) to another:
the user wants to dock a portable into a desktop computer
(of a ship) moored in a dock.
British informal (of a person) not fully fit and out of action:
he grazed my arm and put me in dock for a couple of days
late Middle English: from Middle Dutch, Middle Low German docke, of unknown origin