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Translation of "import" - English-Russian dictionary

import

noun     /ˈɪmpɔːt/
PRODUCT [C] a product which is imported from another country импортируемый товар [usually plural] Japanese/American importsBusiness and commerce - general words
ACTIVITY [U] when you import goods ввоз, импортирование a ban on the import of beef →  Opposite export Business and commerce - general words
Translations of “import”
in Arabic وارِدات…
in Korean 수입품…
in Malaysian mengimport…
in French importation…
in Turkish ithal/dışalım ürünü/malı, ithalat, dışalım…
in Italian importazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 引進, 進口商品, 進口…
in Polish produkt importowany, import…
in Vietnamese sự nhập khẩu…
in Spanish importación…
in Portuguese artigo importado…
in Thai การนำสินค้าเข้า…
in German die Einfuhr…
in Catalan article d’importació…
in Japanese 輸入(品)…
in Indonesian impor…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引进, 进口商品, 进口…
(Definition of import noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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