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trans·ship

(trăns-shĭp′) also tran·ship (trăn-shĭp′)
tr. & intr.v. trans·shipped, trans·ship·ping, trans·ships also tran·shipped or tran·ship·ping or tran·ships
To transfer or be transferred from one conveyance to another for reshipment or reexport.

trans·ship′ment n.

transship

(trænsˈʃɪp) or

tranship

vb, -ships, -shipping or -shipped
to transfer or be transferred from one vessel or vehicle to another
transˈshipment, tranˈshipment n

trans•ship

(trænsˈʃɪp)

also tranship



v.t., v.i. -shipped, -ship•ping.
to transfer from one ship, truck, freight car, or other conveyance to another.
[1785–95]
trans•ship′ment, n.

transship


Past participle: transshipped
Gerund: transshipping

Imperative
transship
transship
Present
I transship
you transship
he/she/it transships
we transship
you transship
they transship
Preterite
I transshipped
you transshipped
he/she/it transshipped
we transshipped
you transshipped
they transshipped
Present Continuous
I am transshipping
you are transshipping
he/she/it is transshipping
we are transshipping
you are transshipping
they are transshipping
Present Perfect
I have transshipped
you have transshipped
he/she/it has transshipped
we have transshipped
you have transshipped
they have transshipped
Past Continuous
I was transshipping
you were transshipping
he/she/it was transshipping
we were transshipping
you were transshipping
they were transshipping
Past Perfect
I had transshipped
you had transshipped
he/she/it had transshipped
we had transshipped
you had transshipped
they had transshipped
Future
I will transship
you will transship
he/she/it will transship
we will transship
you will transship
they will transship
Future Perfect
I will have transshipped
you will have transshipped
he/she/it will have transshipped
we will have transshipped
you will have transshipped
they will have transshipped
Future Continuous
I will be transshipping
you will be transshipping
he/she/it will be transshipping
we will be transshipping
you will be transshipping
they will be transshipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been transshipping
you have been transshipping
he/she/it has been transshipping
we have been transshipping
you have been transshipping
they have been transshipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been transshipping
you will have been transshipping
he/she/it will have been transshipping
we will have been transshipping
you will have been transshipping
they will have been transshipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been transshipping
you had been transshipping
he/she/it had been transshipping
we had been transshipping
you had been transshipping
they had been transshipping
Conditional
I would transship
you would transship
he/she/it would transship
we would transship
you would transship
they would transship
Past Conditional
I would have transshipped
you would have transshipped
he/she/it would have transshipped
we would have transshipped
you would have transshipped
they would have transshipped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.transship - transfer for further transportation from one ship or conveyance to anothertransship - transfer for further transportation from one ship or conveyance to another
shift, transfer - move around; "transfer the packet from his trouser pockets to a pocket in his jacket"
Translations

transship

[trænsˈʃɪp] VTtransbordar

transship

[trænsˈʃɪp] vttrasbordare
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The new equipment was procured as part of a modernization plan that began in 2003 to decrease operating costs, increase productivity, enhance customer service, and comply with a DOD requirement to be able to transship 10,000 containers in 14 days.