verb (used with object)
Origin of teleport1
Examples from the Web for teleportation
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.
Going from one place to another instantaneously is teleportation.
"Teleportation is the descriptive term in your language, I believe," said Venor.Cubs of the Wolf|Raymond F. Jones
Without warning, he had become able to read minds with accuracy and do an effective job of teleportation.Insidekick|Jesse Franklin Bone
Can you give me a condensed report on what is known—and I mean known—on telepathy and teleportation?
Is she—convinced that teleportation's no good, the way Mike is?Out Like a Light|Gordon Randall Garrett
British Dictionary definitions for teleportation
Word Origin for teleport
Word Origin and History for teleportation (1 of 2)
1931, as a term in psychics and science fiction, from tele- + (trans)portation.