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Synonyms for import

Synonyms for import

to have or convey a particular idea

to be of significance or importance

the general sense or significance, as of an action or statement

the gist of a specific action or situation

Synonyms for import

commodities (goods or services) bought from a foreign country

an imported person brought from a foreign country

a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred

having important effects or influence

transfer (electronic data) into a database or document

indicate or signify


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The trade deficit is widening as the overall import bill of the country has been on the rise since the start of 2017-18.
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The imports of soyabean oil during the period under review were recorded at $83.
For Pakistan Bader (2006) estimated that 37 percent of imports are value added and exported abroad.
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Imports of foodstuffs and agricultural products have been rising strongly in 2005 as well.
Companies can import natural rubber duty-free to produce tires for export.
but that the import relief would have an adverse affect on the U.
Steel imports are the result, and not the cause, of the integrated mills' inability to compete internationally.
customs procedures for processing import transactions, shifting the focus of compliance efforts from prerelease merchandise and document examinations to postentry audits and reviews.
Go through any department of commerce," suggests Karen Babino, manager of marketing and business development for TransAtlantic Imports in Atlanta.
The deficit flattened over the course of the year, and it narrowed sharply in the fourth quarter, as imports of goods and services flagged while exports picked up (chart 1).
Such an interpretation by the CCC would have far-reaching implications to most companies doing business on a worldwide basis, particularly in those countries in which a company's products are subject to rates of duty higher than those applicable to imports into the United States.