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export /ˈekspɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ noun
export /ɪkˈspɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ verb

صدور ، صادر کردن ، بیرون بردن ، کالای صادره ، صادرات ، کامپیوتر: صادر کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: صادرات ، بازرگانی: صادر کردن ، صادرات
مهندسی صنایع: فروش/خرید/تدارکات: صادرات الکترونیک: صدور ، صادر کردن ، کامپیوتر: صادرات ، تجارت خارجی: صادر کردن ، صدور ، صادرات ، حقوق: صادر کردن ، بازرگانی: صادرات ، اقتصاد: صادر کردن ، بیرون بردن ، کالای صادره ، صادرات کامپیوتر: صادر کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

I. export1 W2 AC /ˈekspɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ noun
[Word Family: noun: exportimport, exporterimporter, exportationimportation; verb: exportimport]

1. [uncountable] the business of selling and sending goods to other countries Antonym : import
export of
a ban on the export of toxic waste
for export
bales of cloth for export to the continent

2. [countable usually plural] a product that is sold to another country Antonym : import:
Wheat is one of the country’s main exports.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. export2 AC /ɪkˈspɔːt $ -ɔːrt/ verb
[Word Family: noun: exportimport, exporterimporter, exportationimportation; verb: exportimport]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin; Origin: exportare, from portare 'to carry']

1. [intransitive and transitive] to sell goods to another country Antonym : import
export something (from somebody) to somebody
The company exports tuna to the US.

2. [transitive] to introduce an activity, idea etc to another place or country:
Italian food has been exported all over the world.

3. [transitive] technical to move computer information from one computer to another, from one computer document to another, or from one piece of software to another Antonym : import
—exportation /ˌekspɔːˈteɪʃən $ -ɔːr-/ noun [uncountable]

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. important, main, major, principal, staple Coconut is one of the staple exports of the islands.
record The industry has achieved record exports in the past year.
total In 2001 total exports were valued at $2 billion.
British, US, etc. | world The US share of world exports has declined.
illegal, illicit stopping the illegal export of live animals
live lambs for live export
invisible Earnings from the sale of banking, insurance and other services to foreigners are described as ‘invisible exports’.
capital, commodity | agricultural, industrial, manufactured, manufacturing | arms, art, banana, beef, coal, coffee, food, grain, oil, timber, etc.
QUANT. level, value, volume
VERB + EXPORT boost, encourage, expand, increase, promote | reduce, restrict plans to restrict the export of arms to certain countries
allow | ban, prohibit | achieve | prevent, stop | await yards where thousands of cars await export
EXPORT + VERB grow, increase, rise Oil exports have risen steadily.
drop, fall | be valued at sth, total sth Exports totalled $10 billion in 2002.
account for sth Oil exports account for nearly 80% of the country's foreign earnings.
be destined for sth Scottish exports destined for Western Europe
EXPORT + NOUN crop, goods | business, industry, trade | market, sector | earnings, revenue, sales | figures, performance a strong export performance
growth | controls, licence, quota, restrictions a call for tougher art export controls
ban an export ban on live cattle
drive the export drive by Japanese industry
order how to win more export orders
PREP. for ~ This is where the fruit is packaged for export.
~ from exports from the EU to Canada
~ to
PHRASES a ban on exports to place a ban on exports of toxic waste
a decline/fall in exports, an increase/a rise in exports
 ⇒ Note at PER CENT (for more verbs)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. widely a French breed of cattle that has been exported widely
illegally illegally exported works of art
PREP. from Last year 2,000 birds were exported from the island.
to The country exports sugar to Europe.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


an export market
The US is Scotland’s second largest export market after France.
export trade
Most of its export trade is with Russia.
export earnings/revenue (=the money a company or country makes from exports)
Oil and gas provide 40% of Norway’s export earnings.
export sales/figures (=the total number of products that are sold to other countries)
Export sales exceeded 50% of the company’s total turnover.
Hong Kong is a major trading power, with annual export figures rivalling those of Germany.
an export licence (=an official document giving you permission to sell something to another country)
You will have to submit an application for an export licence.
export controls/restrictions/quotas (=official limits on the number of exports)
The European Parliament wants tougher export controls on certain goods.
The number of goods subject to import and export quotas is being reduced.
an export ban (also a ban on exports)
During the crisis, France imposed an export ban on British beef.
The ban on exports was lifted in June.
the major/main/principal export
Agricultural products are the country’s principal exports.
oil/agricultural/manufacturing exports
Oil exports from Iraq have resumed.
British/US etc exports
Higher tariffs will affect a wide range of British exports.
invisible exports (=services that are exported, such as banking or insurance, rather than a product)
The City of London is important to the invisible exports of this country.
boost exports (=increase them)
The measures should boost exports and create employment.
encourage exports (=make them more likely to exist)
Kenya used subsidies to encourage exports.
reduce exports
OPEC has threatened to reduce exports of oil to the West.
restrict exports (=limit or control them)
The government threatened to restrict exports because of weak demand.
ban exports (=stop them completely)
In retaliation, Britain banned exports of cloth to France.
exports increase/rise/grow
Electronics exports grew more slowly than in previous years.
exports fall/decline/drop
Exports of gas and oil continued to fall while imports of raw materials have risen.
exports account for something (=form a particular part of a total)
Exports currently account for 37% of sales.
a growth/rise/increase in exports
The electronics sector has seen a 16% growth in exports.
a fall/decline/drop in exports
There has been a decline in exports and an increase in oil prices.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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