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air waybill

or air·way·bill

[ air-wey-bil, air-wey-bil ]
/ ˈɛər ˈweɪˌbɪl, ˈɛərˌweɪˌbɪl /
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noun
a nonnegotiable shipping document evidencing the contract between shipper and air carrier for transportation and delivery of cargo. Abbreviation: AWB
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Also called air·bill [air-bil], /ˈɛərˌbɪl/, waybill; especially British, air con·sign·ment note [airkuhn-sahyn-muhnt noht], /ˈɛər kənˈsaɪn mənt ˌnoʊt/, con·sign·ment note .

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air waybill

noun
a document made out by the consignor of goods by air freight giving details of the goods and the name of the consignee
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