Origin of portal1
OTHER WORDS FROM portalpor·taled, por·talled, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for portal
The portal will have a system of simultaneous translation in three languages including English.Brazil’s World Cup Is An Expensive, Exploitative Nightmare |Vac Verikaitis |May 30, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
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It was clear people saw the memorial as a portal to the next life, a way to reach their lost loved ones on the wind.David Best Creates a Temple Made of Memories Outside San Francisco |Debra A. Klein |February 14, 2014 |DAILY BEAST
What it offered instead was something far more unsettling: a portal to the life and times of a twisted, small man.
Valle plunged to depths most of us cannot even imagine, via an Internet portal called Dark Fetish Network.Cannibal Cop’s Dark Fetishes Detailed in Grisly Trial Testimony |Michael Daly |February 27, 2013 |DAILY BEAST
The church of Notre-Dame, partly modern, preserves a Gothic portal of the 16th century and a graceful tower of the same period.
The armorial design of the art, embossed above the portal, is a lamb bearing a cross.Chit-Chat; Nirvana; The Searchlight |Mathew Joseph Holt
Passing through one of the three arches of this portal we come to the noble choir.The Spell of Flanders |Edward Neville Vose
But the time for ecstatic pathos had altogether passed away before he rode in at that portal.The Bertrams |Anthony Trollope
But Alkebar had wrenched the portal of the Earthman's recent prison open, and was in hot pursuit.The Revolt of the Star Men |Raymond Gallun
British Dictionary definitions for portal
- of or relating to a portal veinhepatic portal system
- of or relating to a porta
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Cultural definitions for portal
A Web site that provides a gateway to other Web sites.