exportation


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ex·por·ta·tion

 (ĕk′spôr-tā′shən)
n.
1. The act of exporting.
2. Something exported; an export.

exportation

(ˌɛkspɔːˈteɪʃən)
n
1. (Commerce) the act, business, or process of exporting goods or services
2. (Commerce) chiefly US an exported product or service

ex•por•ta•tion

(ˌɛk spɔrˈteɪ ʃən, -spoʊr-)

n.
1. the act of exporting.
2. something exported.
[1600–10; < Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exportation - commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign countryexportation - commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign country
commodity, trade good, good - articles of commerce
2.exportation - the commercial activity of selling and shipping goods to a foreign countryexportation - the commercial activity of selling and shipping goods to a foreign country
commerce, commercialism, mercantilism - transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services)
Translations
تَصْدير البَضائِع
eksport
árukivitel
útflutningur; útflutningsvara

exportation

[ˌekspɔːˈteɪʃən] Nexportación f

exportation

[ˌɛkspɔːrˈteɪʃən] nexportation f

exportation

nExport m, → Ausfuhr f

exportation

[ˌɛkspɔːˈteɪʃn] nesportazione f

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.
References in classic literature ?
We have noticed in a former chapter the mode in which the salmon are taken and cured at the falls of the Columbia; and put tip in parcels for exportation. From these different fisheries of the river tribes, the establishment at Astoria had to derive much of its precarious supplies of provisions.
In a more remote stage, the imports may consist in a considerable part of raw materials, which will be wrought into articles for exportation, and will, therefore, require rather the encouragement of bounties, than to be loaded with discouraging duties.
In rude and barbarous periods of English history choice animals were often imported, and laws were passed to prevent their exportation: the destruction of horses under a certain size was ordered, and this may be compared to the 'roguing' of plants by nurserymen.
'Besides which,' continued Mr Gregsbury, 'I should expect him, now and then, to go through a few figures in the printed tables, and to pick out a few results, so that I might come out pretty well on timber duty questions, and finance questions, and so on; and I should like him to get up a few little arguments about the disastrous effects of a return to cash payments and a metallic currency, with a touch now and then about the exportation of bullion, and the Emperor of Russia, and bank notes, and all that kind of thing, which it's only necessary to talk fluently about, because nobody understands it.
A large quantity of salt is annually drawn from the salina: and great piles, some hundred tons in weight, were lying ready for exportation. The season for working the salinas forms the harvest of Patagones; for on it the prosperity of the place depends.
Liberia's Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications suspends exportation of dry fish and other perishable goods abroad which has claimed public attention, leading to speculation here that the Government of Liberia places an embargo on fish exportation from Liberia.
Stakeholders in the agricultural sector have called on relevant government agencies to come up with a framework to ease the exportation of agro produce.
On the other hand, the minister said that all the political factions were responsible for the dossier of trash exportation. "We have agreed on the exportation solution as we have failed to find another way out," he confirmed.
En moyenne sur toute la periode de l'etude (1998-2012 hors 2009), la croissance des exportations a ete, essentiellement, soutenue par l'intensification des ventes des produits d'exportation existants sur les marches d'exportation deja explores a hauteur de 212%, et par l'exportation des produits existants vers les marches deja explores mais qui n'ont jamais fait l'objet de l'exportation de ces produits, a hauteur de 42%, explique de DEPF, dans cette etude sur [beaucoup moins que]la dynamique des exportations marocaines : marges intensives et extensives[beaucoup plus grand que].
Mohammad Zafer Mihbek on Sunday discussed with the board of the Exports Development and Promotion Agency means to benefit from standing economic relations to find exportation opportunities for Syrian products and build strong relations with businessmen in them, particularly among Syrian expatriates.
En fait, le gouvernement etait engage a presenter toutes les formes de soutien aux secteurs d'exportations car l'exportation est le pilier de la modernisation de l'industrie egyptienne et l'amelioration des capacites concurrentielles des produits.
TOZEUR (TAP) - The sector of dates exports in the Tozeur region will witness a noteworthy improvement with the operationalisation of three new dates conditioning and exportation units, bringing the total number of such units to 17.