verb (used with object)
Origin of transport
Examples from the Web for transport
Unfortunately, the underground tunnels that were used to transport booze and, if necessary, escaping patrons, are off-limits.
Eventually, their output is worth five times that much to those who transport it globally.
According to Kostick, while awaiting a van to transport Stewart to the nearest police station, his mood changed.Before Eric Garner, There Was Michael Stewart: The Tragic Story of the Real-Life Radio Raheem|Marlow Stern|December 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In a Lynx, however, Harry could take part in reconnaissance missions and transport passengers.
For years, William Schmidt single-handedly dug a tunnel through a mountain to transport his gold-rush loot.
They asked the railway officers to prepare for the transport of an army corps of 30,000 men.The Rise of Rail-Power in War and Conquest, 1833-1914|Edwin A. Pratt
Thus, the manner in which they transport eggs to their burrows has been too frequently observed to admit of doubt.Animal Intelligence|George J. Romanes
“But it was something to be always proud of,” cried Polly, in a transport.Five Little Peppers at School|Margaret Sidney
One thousand men was all he required to transport our cannon and baggage, and clear the road before us.The Memoirs of the Conquistador Bernal Diaz del Castillo, Vol 1 (of 2)|Bernal Diaz del Castillo
She was a French transport, the Carthage, and she took exactly four minutes to sink.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
British Dictionary definitions for transport
verb (trænsˈpɔːt) (tr)
- the business or system of transporting goods or people
- (as modifier)a modernized transport system
- a vehicle used to transport goods or people, esp lorries or ships used to convey troops
- (as modifier)a transport plane