berth (plural berths)
- A fixed bunk for sleeping (in caravans, trains, etc).
- Room for maneuvering or safety. (Often used in the phrase a wide berth.)
- A space for a ship to moor or a vehicle to park.
- (nautical) A room in which a number of the officers or ship's company mess and reside.
- A job or position, especially on a ship.
- (sports) Position or seed in a tournament bracket.
- (sports) position on the field of play
- French: couchette
- German: Koje, Schlafplatz
- Italian: cuccetta
- Portuguese: camarote
- Russian: по́лка
- Spanish: catre
- French: marge de manœuvre
- German: Landungsplatz, Ladeplatz, Liegeplatz
- Italian: attracco
- Portuguese: vaga
- Russian: я́корное ме́сто
- Spanish: amarra
- Russian: до́лжность
- Russian: ме́сто
- Spanish: plaza
berth (berths, present participle berthing; past and past participle berthed)
- (transitive) to bring (a ship or vehicle) into its berth
- (transitive) to assign a berth (bunk or position) to