Antonyms for Transporttrænsˈpɔrt, -ˈpoʊrt; ˈtræns pɔrt, -poʊrt
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something that serves as a means of transportation
exaltation, transferral, imparting, tape transport, transport, transportation, rapture, shipping, impartation, raptus, tape drive, conveying, transfer, conveyancing, ecstasy, conveyance of title, conveyance
an exchange of molecules (and their kinetic energy and momentum) across the boundary between adjacent layers of a fluid or across cell membranes
transportation, shipping, transport(noun)
the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials
exaltation, fare, tape transport, transport, rapture, transportation, transit, deportation, shipping, tape drive, exile, merchant vessels, transportation system, cargo ships, transfer, conveyance, transferral, ecstasy, raptus, expatriation, merchant marine
ecstasy, rapture, transport, exaltation, raptus(noun)
a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion
go, transferral, hug drug, disco biscuit, ictus, tape transport, transport, seizure, rapture, shipping, deification, transportation, apotheosis, raptus, exaltation, tape drive, transfer, ecstasy, conveyance, cristal
tape drive, tape transport, transport(noun)
a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read/write heads of a tape playback/recorder
transportation, transport, transfer, transferral, conveyance(verb)
the act of moving something from one location to another
exaltation, fare, carry-over, transference, imparting, tape transport, transport, impartation, rapture, transportation, transit, deportation, shipping, exile, ecstasy, tape drive, transfer of training, transportation system, conveying, transferee, transfer, conveyancing, conveyance of title, transferral, conveyance, raptus, expatriation
move something or somebody around; usually over long distances
move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body
ravish, ship, transfer, delight, comport, dribble, pack, have a bun in the oven, impart, enthrall, behave, run, sway, take, post, expect, channelize, deport, extend, enthral, channelise, enrapture, channel, carry, transport, stock, hold, enchant, acquit, convey, persuade, conduct, transmit, contain, express, gestate, send, stockpile, bear
enchant, enrapture, transport, enthrall, ravish, enthral, delight(verb)
ship, transfer, delight, ravish, capture, beguile, dishonour, enthrall, violate, dishonor, captivate, enamour, witch, trance, channelize, jinx, enamor, enthral, channelise, becharm, enrapture, channel, carry, transport, revel, entrance, rape, fascinate, charm, glamour, outrage, enjoy, catch, assault, send, hex, enchant, please, bewitch, transmit
transport, send, ship(verb)
ravish, institutionalize, beam, send off, channel, post, institutionalise, transport, enthrall, place, mail, enchant, station, broadcast, get off, embark, air, send out, direct, channelize, ship, charge, transmit, commit, carry, channelise, transfer, delight, enrapture, send, enthral
transmit, transfer, transport, channel, channelize, channelise(verb)
send from one person or place to another
ship, canalise, beam, transfer, delight, ravish, transpose, impart, enthrall, head, guide, maneuver, point, change, channelize, enthral, channelise, canalize, enrapture, steer, channel, carry, manoeuver, transport, manoeuvre, direct, transplant, communicate, broadcast, shift, convey, conduct, air, send, enchant, remove, reassign, transmit
transport(noun)To change the location or place of.
transport(noun)To deport to a penal colony.
transport(noun)To move (someone) to strong emotion; to carry away.
transport(noun)A deported convict.
English Synonyms and Antonyms, by James Champlin Fernald
A person may bear a load either when in motion or at rest; he carries it only when in motion. The stooping Atlas bears the world on his shoulders; swiftly moving Time carries the hour-glass and scythe; a person may be said either to bear or to carry a scar, since it is upon him whether in motion or at rest. If an object is to be moved from the place we occupy, we say carry; if to the place we occupy, we say bring. A messenger carries a letter to a correspondent, and brings an answer. Take is often used in this sense in place of carry; as, take that letter to the office. Carry often signifies to transport by personal strength, without reference to the direction; as, that is more than he can carry; yet, even so, it would not be admissible to say carry it to me, or carry it here; in such case we must say bring. To lift is simply to raise from the ground, tho but for an instant, with no reference to holding or moving; one may be able to lift what he could not carry. The figurative uses of carry are very numerous; as, to carry an election, carry the country, carry (in the sense of capture) a fort, carry an audience, carry a stock of goods, etc. Compare CONVEY; KEEP; SUPPORT.
To carry coals to Newcastle; carry nothing from, or out of, this house; he carried these qualities into all he did; carry across the street, over the bridge, through the woods, around or round the corner; beyond the river; the cable was carried under the sea.
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