Origin of teleport1
OTHER WORDS FROM teleporttel·e·por·ta·tion, tel·e·por·tage, noun
Other definitions for teleport (2 of 2)
How to use teleport in a sentence
In the early days of the pandemic, Tinder users, stuck at home, started teleporting themselves en masse into other countries to check out the dating pools far away from home, and maybe engage in some cross-border flirtation.
In California, he also becomes entangled in a complex government scheme surrounding research on the teleportation device.
The Teleportation Accidentby Ned Beauman A Berlin set designer obsessed with teleportation follows his heart to Los Angeles.
The oversized, exuberant, and farcical plot of The Teleportation Device is more entertaining than any summary can convey.
He was thinking vaguely of teleportation; each boulder was a two-man job.The Syndic|C.M. Kornbluth
And it had taken this long for the full impact of Venor's admission of teleportation to hit him.Cubs of the Wolf|Raymond F. Jones
In capturing them, Malone, too, had learned the teleportation secret.
Going from one place to another instantaneously is teleportation.
I tried to keep you from learning the Fueyo method of teleportation.