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Synonyms for transport

Synonyms for transport

to move while supporting

to cause to come along with oneself

to move or excite greatly

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

the moving of persons or goods from one place to another

Synonyms for transport

an exchange of molecules (and their kinetic energy and momentum) across the boundary between adjacent layers of a fluid or across cell membranes

a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion

a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read/write heads of a tape playback/recorder

move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body

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Shipping has always provided the only really cost-effective method of bulk transport over any great distance, and the development of ship-ping and the establishment of a global system of trade have moved forward together, hand-in-hand.
During a bulk transport between Asia and Europe the combination of cardboard insulation and a liner wrapping the coffee has been evaluated with and without the presence of dry bags.
Hollingsworth looks at the costs of bulk transport in the Povalley by analysing the account books of Renaissance grandee Ippolito d'Este.
How can the WDA go for road transport when the National Assembly policy is to prefer rail for bulk transport, and when all Phurnacite reports say the Cynon Valley rail line that passes right through the site should be used?
The new prices of LPG are for households and industry with the radius of 60 km from the main installations of Pertamina and the filling station and LPG bulk transport An additional amount in transport cost will be charged for consumers outside the radius.
705)692-4738/(705)692-4739 Bulk transport, bulk liquid
Able to quickly convert any standard ISO container into a bulk transport system, the company adds, its liners are a cost-effective way to protect dry flowable materials such as granules and powders from contamination.
But the highlight of the Stevenson's Garage - David C James Bulk Transport Trophy meeting should be the 154 Brian Powles Memorial Trophy race.
The economic difficulties which these countries have had to face since the collapse of the communist regimes and the restructuring of their industrial bases, which are now less reliant on bulk transport (coal, ore and raw materials) have taken a heavy toll on the railway networks.
Using this technique for Cummins 10L engines in a bulk transport fleet, the oil drain intervals ranged from 30,000 miles to 34,000 miles with a 15 to 25 percent margin of safety versus the desired 40,000-mile drain.
American users might wish to pay some attention to long-haul bulk transport and the growing variety and importance of intermodal services, not neglecting the role of ocean carriers.
Amphorae were containers for the bulk transport of liquids, usually of Mediterranean origin such as olive oil, wine or fish sauce.
Handling of raw materials--pneumatic transfer of dry and liquid ingredients from bulk transport to silo to weigh hoppers above mixers.
2] is converted to acid for sale, the issue is mainly one of bulk transport and marketing.
Another negative aspect of airfreight is that it is unsuitable for bulk transport (because of limited carrying capacity).