|Origin:||exportare, from portare 'to carry'|
1 [intransitive and transitive]BBT
to sell goods to another country [≠ import]
export something (from somebody) to somebody
The company exports tuna to the US.
to introduce an activity, idea etc to another place or country:
Italian food has been exported all over the world.
3TD [transitive] technical
to move computer information from one computer to another, from one computer document to another, or from one piece of software to another [≠ import]
—exportation noun [uncountable]