Anchor ( noun , verb , noun )

(As a noun)

Anchor ( noun )

  1. A heavy object, typically made of metal, that is attached to a ship or boat by a cable and dropped into the water to prevent the craft from drifting.
  2. A device or structure used to moor a vessel in a particular position, such as a buoy or a mooring.

Origin:

From the old english word "ancor" meaning "a tool used to moor a ship in place".

Examples:

  1. The ship dropped anchor in the bay.
  2. The boat had two anchors on board.
  3. The anchor chain was rusty.
  4. The anchor held the ship in place during the storm.
  5. The anchor was raised and the ship set sail.

(As a verb)

Anchor ( verb )

  1. A heavy object, typically made of metal, that is attached to a ship or boat by a cable and dropped into the water to prevent the craft from drifting.
  2. A device or structure used to moor a vessel in a particular position, such as a buoy or a mooring.

Origin:

From the old english word "ancor" meaning "a tool used to moor a ship in place".

Examples:

  1. The ship dropped anchor in the bay.
  2. The boat had two anchors on board.
  3. The anchor chain was rusty.
  4. The anchor held the ship in place during the storm.
  5. The anchor was raised and the ship set sail.

(As a noun)

Anchor ( noun )

  1. A heavy object, typically made of metal, that is attached to a ship or boat by a cable and dropped into the water to prevent the craft from drifting.
  2. A device or structure used to moor a vessel in a particular position, such as a buoy or a mooring.

Origin:

From the old english word "ancor" meaning "a tool used to moor a ship in place".

Examples:

  1. The ship dropped anchor in the bay.
  2. The boat had two anchors on board.
  3. The anchor chain was rusty.
  4. The anchor held the ship in place during the storm.
  5. The anchor was raised and the ship set sail.
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