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bollard.
1. Low robust post, fixed to quays of harbours, in order to secure the moorings of ships.

2. Street-furniture, often of cast iron, usually in the form of a small column conforming to the Doric Order, or resembling a cannon, fixed in a road, footpath, or boundary to prevent vehicles from passing.

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bollard

bol·lard / ˈbälərd/ • n. a short, thick post on the deck of a ship or on a wharf, to which a ship's rope may be secured.

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bollard

bollard (naut.) post in a ship, etc. XIV. of uncert. orig.

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