jm at liotier.org
Tue Feb 16 16:15:57 UTC 2016
On 2016-02-16 15:46, Volker Schmidt wrote:
> Wharf (US English) and Quay (British English) seem to be equivalent and describe a fixed structure that has land on one side and water on the other, but the French môle or brise-lames is different: it is a structure that protrudes into the water, but is normally narrow and often there is not even a walkway on it.
Look at this plan of Dakar's harbour:
http://www.portdakar.sn/images/stories/design/plangeneral.pdf - "môle"
is most definitely "wharf" and not narrow at all.
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