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transport

verb [T] (GOODS/PEOPLE)
货物/人
 
 
/trænˈspɔːt/ US  /-spɔːrt/
to take goods or people from one place to another
运输,运送,输送
The pipeline was constructed to transport oil across Alaska to ports on the coast.
建设这条输油管道是为了使石油能够穿越阿拉斯加输送到沿海各港口。
Such heavy items are expensive to transport (by plane).
这样重的物品(用飞机)运输很贵。
Transferring and transporting objects
(in the past) to send a criminal to a country far away, to live, as a punishment
(旧时)流放,放逐
162 000 convicts were transported to Australia from 1788 to 1868.
从1788年到1868年,有16.2万名犯人被流放到澳大利亚。
Punishing someone by sending them somewhere elseEvicting and forcing to leave
Translations of “transport”
in Spanish transportar…
in Arabic يَنْقُل…
in Korean 운송하다…
in Portuguese transportar…
in French transporter…
in German transportieren…
in Catalan transportar…
in Japanese ~を運ぶ, 輸送する…
in Russian перевозить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 貨物/人, 運輸,運送,輸送, (舊時)流放,放逐…
in Italian trasportare…
in Turkish taşımak, nakletmek…
in Polish transportować, przewozić…
(Definition of transport verb (GOODS/PEOPLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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