Definition of Loading dock
1. Noun. A platform where trucks or trains can be loaded or unloaded.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Loading Dock
Literary usage of Loading dock
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Iron Ores of Lake Superior: Containing Some Facts of Interest Relating by Crowell & Murray (1920)
"At the mine office is kept a carefully made box containing slots representing the pockets of the loading dock, each slot bearing a number corresponding to ..."
2. Lumber, Its Manufacture and Distribution by Ralph Clement Bryant (1922)
"... kilns to rough-dry sheds, to the planing mill, or to the loading dock; and air-dried lumber from the yards to the planing mill, or to the loading dock. ..."
3. Proceedings by American Society of Civil Engineers (1903)
"Much of it, however, was used by the contractors for filling the cribs of their loading dock, ballasting track and other purposes. ..."
4. Communities at Work: Addressing the Urban Challenge by Diane Publishing Staff (1998)
"Approach Recent visitors to The loading dock warehouse in Baltimore, Maryland, found lumber, windows, solar panels, a maple gymnasium floor, toilets, tubs, ..."
5. How to Reduce Energy Costs in Your Building by DIANE Publishing Company (1983)
"As with loading dock comfort, the more comfortable you can keep the auto service area the more productive the people working there are likely to be. ..."