Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A pier, wharf, or landing place, especially on a river or inland waterway.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A wharf: a quay.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Spanish, from embarcar, to embark, from Old Spanish, from Medieval Latin imbarcāre; see embark.]

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From Spanish embarcadero, from embarcar ("to embark").

Examples

  • She held out against the two eighth-grade finalists for three rounds to take third place, correctly spelling "embarcadero" and "mercerize" and "indigenous" before stumbling on

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  • She held out against the two eighth-grade finalists for three rounds to take third place, correctly spelling "embarcadero" and "mercerize" and "indigenous" before stumbling on

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  • I notice that all the old groups were dropped and the new "embarcadero" groups added.

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  • I notice that all the old groups were dropped and the new "embarcadero" groups added.

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  • I can't see how this can't appeal to a larger audience but you can guarantee I'll be going to the embarcadero on the 16th! thes daaaaaaaaaaaaaamn i want to see the rest jason b ok that was weak ... because now ive got an even bigger mad on to see this film. ill see it at the arclight or the shattuck on the 16th.

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  • Located on the eastern waterfront of San Francisco's embarcadero, Tcho Chocolate is as traditional as it is cutting edge.

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  • Located on the eastern waterfront of San Francisco's embarcadero, Tcho Chocolate is as traditional as it is cutting edge.

    New US Chocolate Maker Trying to Break Into World Market

  • On this day, she dropped us at the embarcadero in Cadenabbia, ten minutes down the road from our house, and went off in the Renault for territories unknown.

    The Italian Summer

  • We had a breakfast of cereal and fruit on our patiofrom which we could see the ocher-, pumpkin-, and lemon-colored fin de sicle buildings of Bellagio across the water and a bit to the northCthen headed into Menaggio, intending to park at the embarcadero and take the boat across.

    The Italian Summer

  • We had a breakfast of cereal and fruit on our patiofrom which we could see the ocher-, pumpkin-, and lemon-colored fin de sicle buildings of Bellagio across the water and a bit to the northCthen headed into Menaggio, intending to park at the embarcadero and take the boat across.

    The Italian Summer

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