commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign country
sell or transfer abroad
"we export less than we import and have a negative trade balance"
transfer (electronic data) out of a database or document in a format that can be used by other programs
cause to spread in another part of the world
"The Russians exported Marxism to Africa"
something that is exported
Oil is the main export of Saudi Arabia.
the act of exporting
The export of fish is forbidden in this country.
to carry away
You will be exported from the club if you continue this behaviour.
to sell (goods) to a foreign country
Japan exports electronic goods throughout the world.
to cause to spread in another part of the world
to send (data) from one program to another
of or relating to exportation or exports
Origin: From exportare.
to carry away; to remove
to carry or send abroad, or out of a country, especially to foreign countries, as merchandise or commodities in the way of commerce; -- the opposite of import; as, to export grain, cotton, cattle, goods, etc
the act of exporting; exportation; as, to prohibit the export of wheat or tobacco
that which is exported; a commodity conveyed from one country or State to another in the way of traffic; -- used chiefly in the plural, exports
Origin: [L. exportare, exportatum; ex out+portare to carry : cf. F. exporter. See Port demeanor.]
This term export derives from the conceptual meaning as to ship the goods and services out of the port of a country. The seller of such goods and services is referred to as an "exporter" who is based in the country of export whereas the overseas based buyer is referred to as an "importer". In International Trade, "exports" refers to selling goods and services produced in the home country to other markets. Export of commercial quantities of goods normally requires involvement of the customs authorities in both the country of export and the country of import. The advent of small trades over the internet such as through Amazon and eBay have largely bypassed the involvement of Customs in many countries because of the low individual values of these trades. Nonetheless, these small exports are still subject to legal restrictions applied by the country of export. An export's counterpart is an import.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
eks-pōrt′, v.t. to carry or send out of a country, as goods in commerce.—n. Ex′port, act of exporting: that which is exported: a commodity which is or may be sent from one country to another, in traffic.—adj. Export′able, that may be exported.—ns. Exportā′tion, act of exporting, or of conveying goods from one country to another; Export′er, the person who exports, or who ships goods to a foreign or distant country for sale—opp. to Importer. [L. exportāre, -ātum—ex, out of, portāre, to carry.]
To sell goods or products from to another international country, nation or jurisdiction and have them delivered to the country, nation or jurisdiction where they were ordered.
Their export system was easy and simple.Submitted by MaryC on March 13, 2020
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Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'export' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4361
Rank popularity for the word 'export' in Nouns Frequency: #1122
Rank popularity for the word 'export' in Verbs Frequency: #768
The numerical value of export in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of export in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Examples of export in a Sentence
We don't mind whether it is 'One Belt, One Road' or something else, as long as it gives us more export opportunities.
We are fully ready to export immediately, but it might take several months until the government concludes the process to give the actual licenses.
The constraints that tend to slow down investment are primarily on the supply of pods, finance, the high cost of borrowing seen and export red tape.
After all, opposition the Export-Import Bank is a prerequisite for any Republican running for president.
We hope that by further sharpening our estimate of current export levels by product in the weekly report, it will provide readers with even finer insights into U.S. consumption of petroleum fuels.
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Translations for export
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- износ, за износ, изнасям, експортен, експортирам, прехвърлямBulgarian
- vývoz, export, vyvéztCzech
- Export, Ausfuhr, exportieren, ausführen, Exportgut, ExportwareGerman
- εξαγόμενο προϊόν, εξαγωγή, εξάγω, εξαγωγικόςGreek
- viima, eksportimaEstonian
- viedä, vienti, vientitavara, vientituoteFinnish
- assphurtanyn, assphurtalManx
- kivisz, exportálHungarian
- esportare, esportazioneItalian
- 輸出, 輸出品, 輸出するJapanese
- exportar, exportador, exportação, exportado, tirarPortuguese
- exportare, exportRomanian
- вывоз, экспорт, экспортный, вывезти, экспортировать, вывозитьRussian
- izvoznica, izvoz, ìzvesti, izvozitiSerbo-Croatian
- skeppa ut, exportartikel, exportvara, utförsel, föra ut, exportera, bära bortSwedish
- xuất khẩuVietnamese
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