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export

verb     /ɪkˈspɔːt/ US  /ˈek.spɔːrt/
[I or T] to send goods to another country for sale 出口;輸出 French cheeses are exported to many different countries. 法國的起司出口到很多國家。 Our clothes sell so well in this country that we have no need to export. 我們生產的服裝在本國銷路很好,所以沒有必要出口。 →  Compare import verb Selling [T] to put something from one country into use in other countries 把…帶到另一國家;傳播;輸出 American culture has been exported all over the world. 美國文化已經傳到世界各地。 Starting and beginningStarting again [T] If you export information from a computer, you copy a large amount of it either to a different part of the computer's storage space or to another form of storage such as a floppy disk, so that it can be used for a different purpose. (將電腦訊息)導出,輸出,轉存 Operating computers exportable     /ɪkˈspɔː.tə.bl̩/ US  /-ˈspɔːr.t̬ə-/ adjective The value of the new television technology to the company is that it is highly exportable (= can be sold in other countries). 新的電視技術對這間公司有很高價值,因為它在技術出口市場上極為搶手。 Selling exportation     /ˌek.spɔːˈteɪ.ʃən/ US  /-spɔːr-/ noun [U] These crates have been packed for exportation (= to be sent for sale in other countries). 這些板條箱已經捆裝好以供出口。 Selling
(Definition of export verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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