transporting

[ verb trans-pawrt, -pohrt; noun trans-pawrt, -pohrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF transporting
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRANSPORTING

They built an immense vessel on purpose for transporting it.

How happy, how transporting would have been that arrival a few months before!

The following day was employed in transporting them on board.

We will now consider the effect of transporting the increase.

But La Salle had no means of transporting the robes, which would prove so valuable in European markets.

One of the features of this work was the method of transporting the blocks by cars.

I was thinking all the time of the problem of transporting the gun and ammunition.

"I haven't heard anything said about the manner of transporting it," added the officer.

The great loss in transporting horses is no longer to be feared.

A great saving has been made in transporting it to the ports.

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