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verb [transitive]     transport pronunciation in British English
/trænsˈpɔː(r)t/
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present participletransporting
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  1. 1
    to move people or things from one place to another, usually in a vehicle

    We will need a big truck to transport all the boxes.

    transport someone/something to/from something:

    A shuttle bus transports all employees from their homes.

    Volunteers will be transported to the island by boat.

  2. 2
    to make you imagine or feel as if you are in a different place or time
    transport someone to something:

    The show transported Alvin back to nightclubs of the 1920s.

 
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