[im-pawr-tey-shuh n, -pohr-]
Origin of importation
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Examples from the Web for importation
Their first act is to lower the duties on the importation of foreign cattle!
Their importation into Rome caused quite a stir, politically.
The doctrine is thought to have been an importation into India about the time we are speaking of.History of Religion
The most loyal and friendly of Australians resent this importation.Recollections
David Christie Murray
The importation of slaves could not be prohibited—exports could not be taxed.
- the act, business, or process of importing goods or services
- an imported product or service
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Word Origin and History for importation
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