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ex·port

 (ĭk-spôrt′, ĕk′spôrt′)
v. ex·port·ed, ex·port·ing, ex·ports
v.tr.
1. To send or transport (a commodity, for example) abroad, especially for trade or sale.
2. To cause the spread of (an idea, for example) in another part of the world; transmit.
3. Computers
a. To send (data) from one program to another: "You'll need to export your spreadsheet file into a desktop publishing program" (Jon Pepper).
b. To use an application to store (data) on disk, usually for use by another program.
v.intr.
To send or transport abroad merchandise, especially for sale or trade.
n. (ĕk′spôrt′)
Exportation.

[Middle English exsport, from Latin exportāre : ex-, ex- + portāre, to carry; see per- in Indo-European roots.]

ex·port′a·bil′i·ty n.
ex·port′a·ble adj.
ex·port′er n.

export

n
(Commerce)
a. (often plural) goods (visible exports) or services (invisible exports) sold to a foreign country or countries
b. (as modifier): an export licence; export finance.
vb
1. (Economics) to sell (goods or services) or ship (goods) to a foreign country or countries
2. (tr) to transmit or spread (an idea, social institution, etc) abroad
[C15: from Latin exportāre to carry away, from portāre to carry]
exˈportable adj
exˌportaˈbility n
exˈporter n

ex•port

(v. ɪkˈspɔrt, -ˈspoʊrt, ˈɛk spɔrt, -spoʊrt; n., adj. ˈɛk spɔrt, -spoʊrt)

v.t.
1. to ship (commodities) to other countries.
2. to transmit abroad: exporting political ideologies.
3. Computers. to save (documents, data, etc.) in a format usable by another application program.
v.i.
4. to ship commodities to another country.
n.
5. the act of exporting; exportation.
6. something, as a commodity, that is exported.
adj.
7. of or pertaining to the exportation of goods: export duties.
[1475–85; < Latin exportāre to carry out, export]
ex•port′a•ble, adj.
ex•port′er, n.

export


Past participle: exported
Gerund: exporting

Imperative
export
export
Present
I export
you export
he/she/it exports
we export
you export
they export
Preterite
I exported
you exported
he/she/it exported
we exported
you exported
they exported
Present Continuous
I am exporting
you are exporting
he/she/it is exporting
we are exporting
you are exporting
they are exporting
Present Perfect
I have exported
you have exported
he/she/it has exported
we have exported
you have exported
they have exported
Past Continuous
I was exporting
you were exporting
he/she/it was exporting
we were exporting
you were exporting
they were exporting
Past Perfect
I had exported
you had exported
he/she/it had exported
we had exported
you had exported
they had exported
Future
I will export
you will export
he/she/it will export
we will export
you will export
they will export
Future Perfect
I will have exported
you will have exported
he/she/it will have exported
we will have exported
you will have exported
they will have exported
Future Continuous
I will be exporting
you will be exporting
he/she/it will be exporting
we will be exporting
you will be exporting
they will be exporting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been exporting
you have been exporting
he/she/it has been exporting
we have been exporting
you have been exporting
they have been exporting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been exporting
you will have been exporting
he/she/it will have been exporting
we will have been exporting
you will have been exporting
they will have been exporting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been exporting
you had been exporting
he/she/it had been exporting
we had been exporting
you had been exporting
they had been exporting
Conditional
I would export
you would export
he/she/it would export
we would export
you would export
they would export
Past Conditional
I would have exported
you would have exported
he/she/it would have exported
we would have exported
you would have exported
they would have exported
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.export - commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign countryexport - commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign country
commodity, trade good, good - articles of commerce
import, importation - commodities (goods or services) bought from a foreign country
Verb1.export - sell or transfer abroadexport - sell or transfer abroad; "we export less than we import and have a negative trade balance"
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
merchandise, trade - engage in the trade of; "he is merchandising telephone sets"
smuggle - import or export without paying customs duties; "She smuggled cigarettes across the border"
import - bring in from abroad
2.export - transfer (electronic data) out of a database or document in a format that can be used by other programs
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
transfer - move from one place to another; "transfer the data"; "transmit the news"; "transfer the patient to another hospital"
import - transfer (electronic data) into a database or document
3.export - cause to spread in another part of the world; "The Russians exported Marxism to Africa"
spread, distribute - distribute or disperse widely; "The invaders spread their language all over the country"

export

verb
1. sell abroad, market, ship, trade in, send abroad, sell overseas, send overseas The nation exports beef and coffee.
noun
1. foreign trade, international trade, overseas trade A lot of our land is used to grow crops for export.
Translations
تَصْديرصادِرصادِر،أحَد الصّادِراتيُصَدِّرُيُصَدِّرُ بِضاعَةً
vývozexportvyvážetvyvézt
eksporteksportereeksportartikel
eksportimaviima
vientiviedäviedä maasta
izvozitiizvestiizvoz
exportálexportcikk
flytja útútflutningsvaraútflutningur
輸出輸出する
수출수출하다
eksportaseksportavimaseksporto prekėeksportuotieksportuotojas
eksportēteksportpreceeksports
vyvážaťvývozný artikel
izvažatiizvoz
izvoziti
exporteraexport
การส่งออกส่งออก
sự xuất khẩuxuất khẩu

export

[ˈekspɔːt]
A. N (= act) → exportación f; (= commodity) → artículo m de exportación
see also invisible
B. [eksˈpɔːt] VTexportar
C. [ˈekspɔːt] CPD [market, goods, permit, licence] → de exportación
export credit Ncrédito m a la exportación
export drive Ncampaña f de exportación
export duty Nderechos mpl de exportación
export earnings Nganancias fpl por exportación
export sales NPLventas fpl de exportación
export trade Ncomercio m de exportación

export

[ɪkˈspɔːrt]
vt
[+ product] → exporter; [+ values, culture] → exporter; [+ inflation] → exporter
(COMPUTING)exporter
[ˈɛkspɔːrt] n
(= product) → exportation f
(= sale abroad) → exportation f
for export → pour l'exportation
modif [market, earnings, subsidy] → d'exportation

export

vtexportieren (also Comput), → ausführen; countries which export oilÖl exportierende Länder pl
viexportieren, ausführen; export or diewer nicht exportiert, geht unter
nExport m, → Ausfuhr f; ban on exportsExportverbot nt, → Ausfuhrverbot nt
adj attrExport-, Ausfuhr-; export banExportverbot nt, → Ausfuhrverbot nt

export

:
export director
nExportdirektor(in) m(f)
export drive
nExportkampagne f
export duty
nExport- or Ausfuhrzoll m

export

:
export licence, (US) export license
nAusfuhrgenehmigung f, → Ausfuhrlizenz f, → Exportgenehmigung f
export manager
nExportleiter(in) m(f)
export permit
nAusfuhrerlaubnis f, → Exporterlaubnis f
export regulations
export trade
nExporthandel m

export

[n ˈɛkspɔːt; vb ɪksˈpɔːt]
1. nesportazione f; (item) → merce f d'esportazione
2. vtesportare
3. adj (goods, permit, duty) → d'esportazione

export

(ekˈspoːt) verb
to send (goods) to another country for sale. Jamaica exports bananas to Britain.
(ˈekspoːt) noun
1. the act or business of exporting. the export of rubber.
2. something which is exported. Paper is an important Swedish export.
ˌexporˈtation (ek-) noun
exˈporter noun
a person who exports goods. His father was a tobacco exporter.

export

صادِر, يُصَدِّرُ vyvážet, vývoz eksport, eksportere Export, exportieren εξάγω, εξαγωγή exportación, exportar viedä maasta, vienti exportation, exporter izvoz, izvoziti esportare, esportazione 輸出, 輸出する 수출, 수출하다 export, exporteren eksport, eksportere eksport, wyeksportować exportação, exportar экспорт, экспортировать export, exportera การส่งออก, ส่งออก ihraç etmek, ihracat sự xuất khẩu, xuất khẩu 出口
References in classic literature ?
The lumber was practically valueless for export to other settlements across the mountain roads, which were equally rich in timber.
No microscopic examination will be made of hogs slaughtered for interstate trade, but this examination shall be confined to those intended for the export trade.
This national custom is worth six of the other one, for export.
A vast proletariat, beginning with a nucleus of those formerly employed in export trades, with their multiplying progeny, will be out of employment permanently.
A patriot in a State that does not import or export, discerns insuperable objections against the power of direct taxation.
This New South Dock (it was its official name), round which my earlier professional memories are centred, belongs to the group of West India Docks, together with two smaller and much older basins called Import and Export respectively, both with the greatness of their trade departed from them already.
Likewise glorious followers, who make themselves as trumpets of the commendation of those they follow, are full of inconvenience; for they taint business through want of secrecy; and they export honor from a man, and make him a return in envy.
This young man, besides having a great deal to say for himself about Africa and a project of his for teaching the coffee colonists to teach the natives to turn piano-forte legs and establish an export trade, delighted in drawing Mrs.
There, too, is held the general rendezvous of the caravans --those of the south, with their slaves and their freightage of ivory; and those of the west, which export cotton, glassware, and trinkets, to the tribes of the great lakes.
Dad was cut up when he learned that the French charged an export duty on copra--he called it medieval-- but he liked the land.
You will export such articles as the country affords, purely native products, much ice and pine timber and a little granite, always in native bottoms.
To-day he leases seven hundred acres and owns a hundred and thirty of his own--the finest orchard in the valley, and he packs from forty to fifty thousand boxes of export apples from it every year.