英 [træn'spɔːt; trɑːn-]
- n. 运输；运输机；狂喜；流放犯
- vt. 运输；流放；使狂喜
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- transport (v.)
- late 14c., "convey from one place to another," from Old French transporter "carry or convey across; overwhelm (emotionally)" (14c.) or directly from Latin transportare "carry over, take across, convey, remove," from trans- "across" (see trans-) + portare "to carry" (see port (n.1)). Sense of "carry away with strong feelings" is first recorded c. 1500. Meaning "to carry away into banishment" is recorded from 1660s.
- transport (n.)
- mid-15c., originally "mental exaltation;" sense of "means of transportation, carriage, conveyance" is recorded from 1690s; from transport (v.).
- 1. There's no petrol, so it's very difficult to transport goods.
- 2. The missiles emerge from the underbelly of the transport plane.
- 3. The extra money could be spent on improving public transport.
- 4. The sudden onset of winter caused havoc with rail and air transport.
- 5. Foreign Office officials assisted with transport and finance problems.
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