English - Vietnamese Dictionary
transport /trænspɔ:t/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- sự chuyên chở, sự vận tải
- the transport of passengers and goods: sự chuyên chở hành khách và hàng hoá
- phương tiện đi lại, phương tiện vận chuyển
- tàu chở quân ((cũng) troop-transport)
- sự cảm kích mạnh mẽ; mối xúc cảm mãnh liệt
- a transport of delight: sự hết sức vui thích
- to be in a transport of rage (fury): nổi cơn thịnh nộ
- to be in transports: hoan hỉ, vui tưng bừng, mừng quýnh lên
- (pháp lý) người bị đầy, người bị tội phát vãng
- ngoại động từ
- gây xúc cảm mạnh
- to be transported with joy: hoan hỉ, tưng bừng vui, mừng quýnh lên
- to be transported with rage (fury): giận điên lên
- (pháp lý) đày; kết tội phát vãng
transports|transported|transportingtræn'spɔrt /-pɔːtThesaurus Dictionary
+something that serves as a means of transportation
+an exchange of molecules (and their kinetic energy and momentum) across the boundary between adjacent layers of a fluid or across cell membranes
+the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials
+a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion
+a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read/write heads of a tape playback/recorder
+move something or somebody around; usually over long distances
+move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body
+send from one person or place to another
Advanced English Dictionary
1 carry, bear, convey, move, remove, transfer, deliver, fetch, bring, get, take, ship, haul, transmit, send, forward:
The goods were transported by ship.
2 exile, banish, deport, send away:
Australia was settled mainly by people who had been transported from England.
3 carry away, enrapture, captivate, delight, charm, spellbind, bewitch, fascinate, enchant, entrance, hypnotize, mesmerize, electrify, ravish:
Flavia's parents were totally transported by her winning the decathlon.
4 transportation, carrier, conveyance, shipping, transfer, transferral, shipment, haulage, cartage, carriage, moving:
Can't you give me any idea of what the transport costs might come to?
5 Usually, transports. rapture, ecstasy, exaltation, exultation, euphoria, delight, (seventh) heaven, happiness, bliss, elation, exhilaration, thrill, Elysium, paradise; Elysian Fields, Colloq cloud nine:
Helen succumbed to transports of delight at seeing her son receive such an important award.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 (especially BrE) (AmE usually transportation) [U] a system for carrying people or goods from one place to another using vehicles, roads, etc: air / freight / road transport + to travel on / by public transport (= by train, bus, etc.) + the government's transport policy
2 (BrE) (AmE transportation) [U] a vehicle or method of travel: Applicants must have their own transport. + Transport to and from the airport is included in the price. + His bike is his only means of transport.
3 [U] (especially BrE) (also transportation AmE, BrE) the activity or business of carrying goods from one place to another using lorries/trucks, trains, etc: The goods were damaged during transport. + controls on the transport of nuclear waste
4 [C] a ship, plane or lorry/truck used for carrying soldiers, supplies, etc. from one place to another: Several transports were sent to convey them to the camp. + a transport helicopter
5 (transports) [pl.] ~ of sth (literary) strong feelings and emotions: to be in transports of joy / delight / grief
1 to take sth/sb from one place to another in a vehicle: to transport goods / passengers / cattle + Most of our luggage was transported by sea.
2 to move sth somewhere by means of a natural process: The seeds are transported by the wind. + Blood transports oxygen around the body.
3 to make sb feel that they are in a different place, time or situation: The book transports you to another world.
4 (in the past) to send sb to a far away place as a punishment: British convicts were transported to Australia for life.
cheap, efficient | mass, public
to travel by/on public transport
| private | local | city, urban | rural | horse-drawn, motor | air, canal, ground, land, marine, rail, railway, river, road, sea, water | passenger | freight
VERB + TRANSPORT
use | arrange | provide | have access to
people who have no access to private transport
TRANSPORT + NOUN
facilities, provision, services | infrastructure, network, system | business, company, group, industry, operator, organization | chairman, chief, executive, manager, officer, official | consultant, planner | project, scheme, strategy | legislation, policy | budget | minister, spokesman | authority/authorities, committee, department, ministry | needs, requirements | market, sector | costs, fares | allowance
Staff who transfer to a different office will receive a transport allowance.
| user | worker | links, routes | congestion | police | safety | strike | union
The car broke down, leaving us without transport.
a form/means/method/mode of transport, your own transport
Applicants for the job must have their own telephone and transport.
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