Explore TRANSPORT Topic
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a system or method for carrying passengers or goods from one place to another [= transportation American English]
Improved rail transport is essential for business.
commuters who travel on public transport (=buses, trains etc)
It's easier to get to the college if you have your own transport (=a car, bicycle etc).
means/mode/form of transport
Horses were the only means of transport.
the process or business of taking goods from one place to another [= transportation American English]
Canals were used for the transport of goods.
a ship or aircraft for carrying soldiers or supplies
to be feeling very strong emotions of pleasure, happiness etc