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ship in Trade topic

shipship2 ●○○ verb (shipped, shipping)  1 TT[transitive]TAKE/BRING to send goods somewhere by ship, plane, truck etcship something out/to/over etc A new engine was shipped over from the US.see thesaurus at take2 BBTTT[intransitive, transitive] technical to make a piece of computer equipment or software available for people to buy They’re now shipping their long-awaited new anti-virus software. Both products are due to ship at the beginning of June.3 SEND[transitive] to order someone to go somewhereship somebody off/out etc He was shipped off to a juvenile detention center. shipping, → shape up or ship out at shape up→ See Verb table
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shipWe can ship a replacement to you within 24 hours.The merchants would under-invoice what was shipped and over-invoice expenses.I'm a manufacturer, and I ship electronic goods across the Mexican border, so the new levies will definitely affect my business.More oil is being shipped in less seaworthy vessels.It should ship in September or October.Arizona seed growers suspect the infestation may widen because the state ships its seed to many other states and countries.The updated version is scheduled to ship on July 1.The animals were shipped out on Friday, but maybe they didn't know that.About half of the whisky produced in Scotland is shipped to Japan and the US.