Definition of teleport
Origin of teleport1
OTHER WORDS FROM teleporttel·e·por·ta·tion, tel·e·por·tage, noun
Words nearby teleport
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Giannis Antetokounmpo, who often teleports from halfcourt to the rim with a single dribble and somehow produces in the paint like Shaq despite having a Stretch Armstrong-like elasticity.The Nuggets Look Mediocre, But Nikola Jokić Is Setting The World On Fire|T.J. McBride|January 22, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Players’ hands float in midair as they vault across virtual space, crudely teleporting from point to point.Virtual reality has real problems. Here’s how game developers seek to delete them.|Derek Swinhart|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
He’s a preternaturally instinctual defender, and at times he appears gifted with the ability to teleport into passing lanes.
A Swiss group, for example, used China’s data to synthesize SARS-CoV-2’s entire genome in the lab, essentially instantly teleporting it into their hands without having to wait for physical samples.Fighting Covid-19 Brought These Lasting Breakthroughs to Science and Medicine|Shelly Fan|December 29, 2020|Singularity Hub
Sneaky spheresA classic gimmick, Murphy’s Cup and Balls lets quick-handed performers “teleport” wool orbs between aluminum containers as they slide them around a table.
They're just finding out their powers—one is a telepath, another levitates, a third is a teleport.What Rough Beast?|Jefferson Highe
We'll need more televisor machines, more teleport machines, some for use on Mars and Venus, others for the Jovian moons.Empire|Clifford Donald Simak
He could teleport parts from it; he could hold other parts more tightly together by using the same power.
If the same rule holds for the aliens as for us, I don't think they would have time to teleport it away.
Malone thought, if you put handcuffs on a teleport, would the handcuffs vanish when the teleport did?Out Like a Light|Gordon Randall Garrett