transport noun (GOODS/PEOPLE) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "transport" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

transport

noun [U] (GOODS/PEOPLE)
货物/人
 
 
/ˈtræn.spɔːt/ US  /-spɔːrt/
when people or goods are moved from one place to another
运输,运送,输送
the transport of live animals
活体动物的运输
The company will arrange transport from the airport.
公司将安排从机场起的运输。
Travelling
UK ( US transportation) a system of vehicles, such as buses, trains, aircraft, etc. for getting from one place to another
交通工具
the Department of Transport
交通部
investment in public transport (= buses, trains, etc. available for everyone to use)
对公共交通的投资
Do you have your own transport (= vehicle)?
你自己有车吗?
Bicycles are a cheap and efficient form of transport.
自行车是一种便宜而高效的交通工具。
Vehicles in general
(Definition of transport noun (GOODS/PEOPLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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