exportation

[ UK /ɛkspɔːtˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the commercial activity of selling and shipping goods to a foreign country
  2. commodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign country
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How To Use exportation In A Sentence

  • Coromandel, the dried indigo lumps are allowed to effloresce in a cask for some time, and when they become hard they are wiped and packed for exportation. The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, o
  • Since the 1960s, the economy, which previously had been based on large-scale agricultural exportation, has seen considerable diversification.
  • Those in charge of the experiment are quick to point out that this means full-grown watermelons will fit on refrigerator shelves and occupy less space during exportation.
  • Finding it hopeless longer to look for succour or common humanity from the deceitful and infatuated court of Sicily, which persisted in prohibiting by sanguinary edicts the exportation of supplies, at his own risk, he sent his first lieutenant to the port of Girgenti, with orders to seize and bring with him to Malta the ships which were there lying laden with corn; of the numbers of which he had received accurate information. The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson
  • - Agricultural products are being held in Gaza as Israel prevents any kind of exportation since a year and a half. Palestine Blogs aggregator
  • Crucial though the current emphasis on social inclusion may be, some fear Glasgow risks losing sight of that other regenerative factor: the exportation of its status as a vibrant, international city of culture.
  • In fact, all evidence suggests that the exportation was a straightforward affair conducted in the open and actively facilitated by the Brazilian authorities in Belém. One River
  • Another follows openly the trape of a monopolist, with immense facilities for either preventing or authorizing exportation, according as his own warehouses happen to be full or empty. The Roman Question
  • Never before have we seen the outsourcing, the exportation of high-value jobs at the rate that we have seen it over the course of the past three years.
  • France has gone further by banning its 'manufacture, importation, exportation or sale' in all foodstuffs. Times, Sunday Times
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