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transport in Crime & law topic

transporttrans‧port2 /trænˈspɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ ●●○ AWL verb [transitive usually + adverb/preposition]  1 TTTAKE/BRINGto take goods, people etc from one place to another in a vehicle trucks used for transporting oiltransport somebody/something to something The statue was transported to London.see thesaurus at take2 be transported back to/into something3 be transported with delight/joy etc4 SCPUNISHto send a criminal to a distant country such as Australia as a punishment in the pasttransportable adjective→ See Verb table
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transportAn ambulance service volunteered its equipment to transport a severely crippled man home for weekends.He wants to sit next to her while facing a big screen and being transported by big-budget suspense or mayhem.Also, while being transported by wind, it will have been exposed to sunlight for a considerable time prior to deposition.It took a hundred and fifty lorries to transport it to its home in Swindon.The company transports meat across the country in refrigerated containers.The plane is used for transporting military personnel.To become a reality, electronic commerce needs a network infrastructure to transport the content.The incident raised concerns about the safety and security of nuclear weapons being transported through Europe.Radiation is released during the handling and treatment of radioactive materials and as they are transported to and from nuclear sites.Raw materials were transported to Phoenix from the reservations.The rest we had to transport up to the second and fourth floors, up steep, dark steps!transport somebody/something to somethingThe women were transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.