export

[ verb ik-spawrt, -spohrt, ek-spawrt, -spohrt; noun, adjective ek-spawrt, -spohrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF export

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In return for all this it was important that Russia should export as freely as possible.

The value of this article of export for 1886 was over half a million sterling.

It is a seductive and insidious proposition—this export duty.

Export of woollen yarn from Cork, £300,000 a year in the Irish market.

It is likely that the export of breadstuffs in 1860 will be very considerable.

The export of cattle, both to other states and abroad, is important.

Refrigeration on shipboard opened up and enlarged the export trade.

The Baldwin is by all odds our best general market and export variety.

All sugar is sold to the export merchants by the pecul of 140 lbs.

I don't think you have much to teach the Norwegians about the export of timber.

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