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ship in Transport topic

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