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Translation of "export" - English-Russian dictionary

export

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ɪkˈspɔːt/
B2 to send goods to another country in order to sell them there
экспортировать
Singapore exports large quantities of rubber. →  Opposite import Business and commerce - general wordsProducts and producersBuying and selling in general
If you export information from a computer, you copy it to another place.
копировать, экспортировать (информацию)
Operating computers
exporter noun [C]
экспортер
Brazil is the world's largest exporter of coffee.
Translations of “export”
in Arabic يُصَدِّر…
in Korean 수출하다…
in Malaysian eksport…
in French exporter…
in Turkish ihrac etmek, ihracat yapmak, bilgisayarda bilgiyi başka bir yere taşıyıp kopyalamak…
in Italian esportare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 出口, 輸出, 把…帶到另一國家…
in Polish eksportować…
in Vietnamese xuất khẩu…
in Spanish exportar…
in Portuguese exportar…
in Thai ส่งออก…
in German exportieren, ausführen…
in Catalan exportar…
in Japanese ~を輸出する…
in Indonesian mengekspor…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出口, 输出, 把…带到另一国家…
(Definition of export verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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