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import

noun (BRINGING IN) 引进     /ˈɪm.pɔːt/ US  /-pɔːrt/
[C] goods bought by one country from another 进口商品 restrictions on foreign imports 对外国进口商品的限制 Buying
[U] ( also importation) the action of bringing goods or fashions into a country 进口;输入;引进 the illegal importation of drugs 非法的毒品输入 an import licence 进口许可证 import duties 进口税 Buying
(Definition of import noun (BRINGING IN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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